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Liverpool project elevates Ash & Lacy perforated screen solutions to a work of art


spectacular artwork commissioned from local artist Anthony Brown, depicting some of the forgotten stories of one of the city's most famous streets across 11 giant panels displayed above shops and restaurants, featuring Ash & Lacy’s Perforated Metal Facade system. Forward funded by Curlew Capital and delivered in a partnership between Liverpool City Council and Sigma Inpartnership; the development has seen the clearance of a series of run-down buildings and the development of new retail, leisure, hotel and student accommodation. The ambitious project, designed by architects Broadway Malyan for Ion Developments, complements the Lime Street mixed use scheme and also involves the refurbishment of the listed former ABC Cinema which occupies a prominent location


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urrently nearing completion, the new £40 million gateway scheme in Liverpool's Lime Street features


opposite Liverpool’s mainline station. Anthony Brown calls his design a “Quantum Timeline”, having meticulously researched the area's history from Victorian times to the present day. Themes represented in the murals include


the story of how Lime Street got its name, the Beatles’ song Maggie May, the famous old Guinness Clock and the ABC and Scala Super Cinemas. Each mural is LED backlit at night to create an even more stunning effect. All this has been made possible by one


of the most creative ever utilisations of Ash & Lacy’s Perforated Metal Facade screens, VariAL CF2 concealed fix rainscreen cladding system attached to a steel frame system (SFS) via the AxiAL rainscreen support system. Installation was performed by Keyclad Limited for main contractor ISG PLC. SFS installation was carried out by Blugyp Ltd. The 3mm powder coated aluminium panels were perforated in two layers


according to the artist’s intricate design using high precision CNC punching. The end result is absolutely stunning and a fine demonstration of the extremely versatile capabilities of this solution.


0121 525 1444 www.ashandlacy.com


Industry first sees roof and wall cladding system granted ‘Secured By Design’ status built-up roof and wall cladding system. In turn, this has allowed


In an industry first, building envelope specialist, CA Group Limited has been awarded LPS 1175 status, for specific versions of its renowned Twin-Therm®


CA Group to be admitted into the official police security initiative: Secured By Design (SBD). The SBD scheme is managed by the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) and was set up to support all aspects of the construction industry to “Design out Crime” by helping to develop robust specifications in conjunction with member companies that can offer certified products. CA Group’s success in obtaining SBD status, makes it the only roofing and cladding manufacturer with this approval. As a result, the company has secured the specification for the Segro Park project in Enfield, North London. The project is part of a flagship SBD development for the industrial real estate developer. After carrying out extensive physical attack testing at BRE, Watford - variations of Twin-Therm®


roof and wall systems have now been successfully certified up to


security rating 2 (in accordance with LPS 1175 issue 7). 01388 834242 www.cagroup.co.uk


‘Chi-Gasket’ for Rainscreen Cladding


SIG Performance Technology has launched ‘Chi-Gasket’, a new component for use within rainscreen cladding applications which has been developed to support the streamlining of external wall footprints whilst facilitating Building Regulation compliance. Designed for use in all buildings including those with


habitation over 18 metres from ground level, the Chi-Gasket delivers enhanced thermal performance in the through-wall construction. Chi-Gasket is clipped to a range of standard helping hand bracketry, reducing thermal bridging and transfer of heat out of buildings.


0330 123 1756 www.sigpt.co.uk Turnkey cladding and facade solutions


Berry Systems has a proven track-record of working with architects to provide cladding and facades that fulfil aesthetic aspirations to deliver a building envelope that is both safe and stylish. Chris Merricks, at Berry Systems commented: “We are increasingly working with


architects to provide a turnkey solution, ranging from design and supply to installation. “A wide range of finishes and material are available, including , perforated panels, Sto glass, Timber, stone cladding and Expanded mesh.”


sales@berrysystems.co.uk


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