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EXTERNAL ENVELOPE  Senior helps make history in Yorkshire


Aluminium curtain walling, windows and doors from Senior Architectural Systems have been specified for use on the striking new West Yorkshire History Centre in Wakefield. The upper part of the building features dramatic perforated metal cladding


which appears to ‘float’ above the fully glazed lower levels beneath. The light and airy design of the ground floor office and exhibition space benefits from the slim sightlines of Senior’s popular SF52 aluminium curtain wall system and SPW600 tilt and turn thermally broken aluminium windows.


info@seniorarchitectural.co.uk Fast access for cyclists


Encouraging the cycling ethos, TORMAX was specified to install two full-glass automatic sliding doors to the new Gravesend Cycle Hub, providing fast access for busy commuters looking to drop off their bikes before catching the train. The entrances are both powered by low-energy, TORMAX iMotion 2202 operators which have a reputation for exceptional reliability in the long-term, even in a hectic location such as this. A million-pound development, the Cycle Hub is a gleaming new glass building situated next to Gravesend train station, housing more than 280 bikes in a safe, secure and dry location. TORMAX worked with Sealtite Windows Ltd and main contractor Walker Construction to deliver an access solution that minimises the risk of bottlenecks during rush hour at either end of the working day. One door allows bikes to be pushed in and out of the Hub, whilst the other is for pedestrians leaving or entering the facility. With cost an important consideration for Kent County Council, this long operational lifespan lowers the total cost of ownership, allowing for more effective financial planning with reduced ongoing budgetary expenditure.


01932 238040 www.tormax.co.uk Network VEKA supports revamp


Rugby Double Glazing recently marked the opening of its revamped showroom with an invite-only open day for friends and customers. The Midlands-based company is a member of pioneering installer support organisation, Network VEKA; members of


which are committed to using PVC-U systems from The VEKA UK Group, and are continually assessed for the highest standards of work. Guests visited one of Rugby Double Glazing’s most recent jobs in West Haddon; a garden room, officially opened by six-times World Snooker Champion and Network VEKA Brand Ambassador Steve Davis.


01282 473170 www.networkveka.co.uk


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