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56 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


Crittall makes powerful statement


The first bar to open at London’s iconic Battersea Power Station redevelopment features Crittall steel windows whose appearance chimes perfectly with this former industrial landscape. The interior of the new bar/restaurant, features bespoke furniture and lighting modelled on original designs referencing the period from the 1920s – 1950s. Into this design palette Crittall Corporate MW40 windows and


doors with robust steel glazing bars were installed as the natural choice. Crittall MW40 fenestration can accept up to 30mm thick glazing providing excellent acoustic as well as thermal performance.


01376 530800 www.crittall-windows.co.uk Green Roof CPD by Optigreen


Specialist green supplier Optigreen, offers a CPD seminar which is perfectly designed for an audience that has had limited involvement with specifying green roofs. The seminar covers areas such as: What is a Green Roof?, Initial Design Considerations, Green Roof Build-up’s and How They Function, Dealing with Pitched Green Roofs


and, Care and Maintenance. Optigreen can tailor the presentation to your time and needs and it will issue an individual CPD certificate to each person who attends. Please contact the company if you would like to arrange a CPD seminar or require any further information.


info@optigreen.co.uk


Hinkley Point recognised in Glazing Awards


The collaborative work between Deceuninck and Dempsey Dyer has been recognised in the glass and glazing industry’s national awards: The G-17s. Reaching the finals of the coveted Commercial Project of the Year, the works are being celebrated for the UK’s largest ever single


block modular contract: Hinkley Point Campus. Managing Director Rob McGlennon comments, “The construction sector has been driven over recent years to innovate and develop new commercial solutions that eliminate waste, time and cost. Innovation is precisely what we are able to showcase on the Hinkley Point Campus development.”


01249 816969 www.deceuninck.co.uk Steel windows span the centuries


The versatility of Crittall’s Corporate W20 steel windows has been shown in two recent contracts spanning the historic to the ultra modern, with the help of leading installer Metwin. At the Apex City Hotel three Corporate W20 glass screens, two large and one smaller, were made to measure by


Crittall. The architect wanted to make clear the divide from the bar and reception to the entrance thoroughfare but without eliminating any light flow. Both the screens utilise the full ‘bespoke’ capability of the Crittall product by incorporating all known methods of coupling.


01376 530800 www.crittall-windows.co.uk


Structural Glazing


Walk on Glass - Sky lights - Glass Balustrade - Glass Box - Sheer Glaze System


• Quick Turn Around Time: Our bespoke fixed roof light have an average lead time of 10 to 14 working days and we offer free site survey as well as delivery within Greater London.


• Bespoke Design: We offer bespoke glazing solution, design, technical details and we put you in touch directly with our architects.


• Quality and Service: We only use best quality components and our product conforms to the required standard BS EN 12150 and is subsequently tested to BS EN 12600.


Please contact us for details


0207 965 7471 | sale@skyglass.co.uk www.skyglass.co.uk


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