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EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


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Barking Town Hall – old meets new in a spectacular refurbishment


visual aspects of the original architecture have been maintained whilst creating a bright new spacious contemporary workplace within. A major part of retaining the original character of the building was the meticulous visual ‘like for like’ replacement of the original sash windows. Masterframe Windows, having 30 years’ experience, in the manufacture of authentic sash windows was approached by Barnes Construction, the main contractor. Carol Slade, Sales and Operations Director elaborates: “When we were first approached, our main challenge was to present a credible case for sash windows manufactured using composite materials instead of timber. We invited representatives from Barnes


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Construction, London Borough of Barking & Dagenham and LAP Architects & Interior Designers to visit our premises and factory to


arking Town Hall, an iconic building and landmark in Barking has been lovingly refurbished. Externally, all


get to know our windows in more detail and to witness the manufacturing process from start to finish. Suitably impressed, the specification


chosen was the Masterframe Vintage Conservation sash window complete with slender 39mm sash rail, deep bottom rails, patented Timberweld®


butt joints, lower


sash bar handles to assist with opening the extra-large windows and dual foil, cream externally and white internally. The client could also have peace of mind knowing that the town hall is secure with Secured by Design approved windows and energy


efficient with special solar controlled glass. Over 220 enormous sash windows were manufactured and were so large and heavy that the sashes had to be delivered separately from the frames. At all stages of the project we worked


closely with the project team, including the professional installers, Asset Fineline, to ensure that the client was completely delighted with their sash windows looking every bit like the original wooden windows, even up close.”


07739 506838 www.masterframe.co.uk


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Holdsworth Windows is a family run business specialising in the manufacture of bespoke steel windows, doors and screens. Established for over 50 years we have designed, fabricated and installed windows, doors and screens for a wide range of contemporary, listed and historic buildings.


Specialists in Steel Windows, Doors & Screens


PORTHOLES VISION FRAMES FINGER PROTECTION DOOR STAYS


LOUVRES


PANIC HARDWARE


FLUSH BOLTS


ACOUSTIC SEALS AT ZERO WE CAN CATER FOR ALL YOUR DOOR HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS;


IN FACT WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING EXCEPT THE DOOR! INCLUDING AMONGST OTHERS; ZERO DOOR SEALS, ANEMOSTAT VISION FRAMES, SLIMPORT PORT HOLES, FBLS FIRE RATED LOUVRES, FINPROTECT FINGER PROTECTION,


FRICTION STAYS, FLUSH BOLTS AND MANY OTHER ITEMS OF DOOR HARDWARE. PLEASE CONTACT US FOR A COPY OF OUR 276 PAGE PRODUCT CATALOGUE.


We offer our customers a complete service from design consultation through to supply and installation.


ZERO SEAL SYSTEMS LTD UNITS 43-45 LADFORD COVERT


SEIGHFORD STAFFORD ST18 9QG


TEL - 01785 282910 E-MAIL - SALES@ZEROPLUS.CO.UK WWW.ZEROPLUS.CO.UK


Tel: 01608 661883 | www.holdsworthwindows.co.uk | Email: info@holdsworthwindows.co.uk Holdsworth Windows, Darlingscote Road, Shipson-on-Stour, Warwickshire, CV34 4PR


ADF DECEMBER 2018


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