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PROJECT REPORT: EDUCATION & RESEARCH FACILITIES; PROJECT REPORT: RETAIL BUILDINGS


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Senior’s Fenestration systems welcome students into Stirling


International students at the University of Stirling are enjoying world-class facilities thanks to the creation of the new landmark INTO Centre which benefits from a stylish and sustainable fenestration package from Senior Architectural Systems. The new three-storey building has been designed by architects Page & Park and provides dedicated teaching and learning space to support students from overseas on their learning journey in the UK. To create a light and inspirational environment that maximises the use of daylighting, Senior’s thermally- efficient SF52 aluminium curtain walling and low U-value PURe®


aluminium windows have been fabricated


and installed by specialist Linn-Tech for main contractor Morrison Construction. The slim sightlines offered by Senior’s high performance aluminium glazing solutions perfectly complement the dark grey granite cladding of building, with the SF52 curtain wall system providing a welcoming and highly-visible facade. Senior’s PURe® aluminium windows have been specified throughout and the large window openings not only create visual interest externally but also help to flood the interior spaces with natural light.


www.seniorarchitectural.co.uk Convenient automatic access for convenience store


Working with Smart Aluminium Ltd, TORMAX has installed an automatic sliding door system to a new Co-op store in Dudley. The new Co-op is the result of a £500,000 investment, with main contractor for the project being Thomas Roy Ltd, working with national architects, Corstorphine + Wright. The development brings much needed local shopping convenience to the community. TORMAX UK Ltd is a whole owned subsidiary of the Swiss firm, Landert Group AG, which has specialised in the design and manufacture of cutting-edge door automation solutions for over 90yrs. The in-house designed Windrive 2201 has proven its reliability and performance in busy locations worldwide. A cost-effective solution, the Windrive 2201 operator is not only easy to install but also quick to programme for everyday use. Measuring just 142mm x 100mm the drive is surprisingly slim, often allowing automatic sliding door access in tight locations. However, it is still a powerful operator capable of powering either a single-leaf door of up to 120kg or a double set of doors weighing 100kg per leaf and providing an impressive pass-through space of up to 2000mm.


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