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Exteriors


Hauraton drainage channels used at Maritime Transport Headquarters


“Winner-Design (Non residential)” at the Suffolk Coastal Quality of Place awards held in October 2015. Designed by Architects, Wincer Kievenaar, the Maritime Headquarters office provides an impressive gateway to Felixstowe Port. The Headquarters extensive car park, set


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with composite grey blocks is drained by 98 metres of Hauraton RECYFIX®


PLUS 150


channels fitted with Class C250, HEELSAFE ductile iron gratings. A further 47 metres of RECYFIX®


installed in other locations on site. The RECYFIX®


PLUS 100 channels were also PLUS channel unit is made


of tough, virtually unbreakable recycled polypropylene (PP) formulated to be very resistant to daily temperature fluctuations from frost conditions to strong sunlight, including the Ultra Violet (UV) spectrum. The channel unit also features galvanised steel top


edges which house the ductile iron gratings. Complying with the requirements of EN


1433, the PP is given its UV resistance by adding just sufficient carbon black as a stabiliser so that the structural strength of the


material is unaffected and a consistent appearance is maintained. The PP is also naturally resistant to de-icing salt.


01582 501380 www.hauraton.co.uk.


he Maritime Transport Limited new £5 million headquarters in Felixstowe has received the accolade of


VEKA Group onsite at the Offsite Show


VEKA Group was happy to meet attendees and discuss new opportunities at the 2018 Offsite Construction Show. VEKA’s Head of Sales for the South Matthew Adaway said: “As the fenestration industry’s leading supplier of PVC-U systems, our stand attracted a large number of visitors who were interested in VEKA Group products and there were a host of different sectors represented. We were able to talk ‘all things VEKA Group’ to architects, housing associations, main contractors, housebuilders and offsite companies, to name just a few. “Off-site construction has been bubbling away – as an idea – for 20 years or more, and this event illustrated to me that real, tangible things are definitely happening in this area now. Building in this way makes the process more precise and promises to eliminate a host of variables that can potentially cause delays on traditional site-based building projects, such as problematic weather conditions. “VEKA Group is a global brand with a reputation for quality and reliability, and the versatility of our systems means that we are well suited to meet a huge spectrum of requirements, whatever the style of property.”


salesenquiry@veka.com


Extra security with Garador’s SBD garage doors


With additional security features, Garador’s Secured by Design (SBD) up & over garage doors give peace of mind to homeowners with valuables stored inside their garage.


Constructed from high grade galvanised steel, these Secured by Design accredited garage doors have extra security features such as eight back braces along the back of the door, instead of two. They also have a reinforced steel plate added to the lock body, to prevent attacks against the locking mechanism. Additional steel plates have been added to each corner to protect the bottom locking points. Furthermore, an anti-snap cylinder with a sacrificial front prevents entry into the garage even after an attack.


Available in three designs: Carlton, Horizon and Salisbury, as well as 18 standard colour options, these doors are ideal for those seeking extra security for their garage door. For more information, please visit the Garador website or you can give them a call.


01935 443794 www.garador.co.uk 1 www.buildingconstructiondesign.co.uk 4


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