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PROJECT REPORT: HERITAGE & CONSERVATION; PROJECT REPORT: RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS


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Century Abbey selects Advanced to protect its priceless artifacts Jedburgh Abbey, a 12th


century Augustinian abbey located on the Scottish Borders, has selected the MxPro 5


panel, from Advanced, to protect a rich heritage of treasures on display in its visitor centre. Founded by David I, King of the Scots, nearly 1000 years ago and famed for its unusual architecture, Jedburgh Abbey is one of the four great abbeys established in the Scottish Borders. The Abbey’s museum houses some of the famous works of art associated with the early history of the site and some of the artefacts discovered during excavations. Advanced were specified by the team at SAFE Services who were appointed to design, install and commission the replacement of an ageing fire system within the Abbey visitor centre, gift shop, staff rooms and offices, utilising existing cable runs and containments to avoid exposed wiring. MxPro is one of the fire industry’s leading multiprotocol fire system solution. It offers customers a choice of two panel ranges, four detector protocols and a completely open installer network, backed up by free training and support. MxPro’s ease of installation and configuration and wide peripheral range make it customisable to almost any application.


01670 707111 uk.advancedco.com Fit for a Queen – HiQu TM at Hever Castle


Aqualisa’s HiQu™ smart showers have been installed at Hever Castle, in Kent, once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. The team at Hever Castle, in conjunction with interior design company Interiors at Nine to Eleven, specified the Aqualisa product primarily for its performance, reliability and modern aesthetic, but also, in no small part, because of Aqualisa’s local


Kent heritage. Sarah Clark, Interior Designer at Interiors at Nine to Eleven said: “The feedback has been great across the board, with visitors stating that they especially like the design of the shower and the successful combination of the two different interior styles.”


01959 560010 www.aqualisa.co.uk Door closer enhances fire safety


British designed and manufactured, Samuel Heath’s Powermatic controlled, concealed door closers are gaining increasing popularity for use on fire doors in high-rise flats and apartments. The door closers carry the CE mark and have been independently tested and proved to meet the requirements for one hour and half-hour fire doors under BS EN 1634-1.


Unlike other jamb-mounted devices, Powermatic door closers facilitate a door’s compliance with Approved Document M, are the only Certifire jamb-mounted door closer and do not have to be removed from the door to be adjusted.


Totally concealed when the door is closed, the door closers also deliver a host of reliability, safety and performance benefits which make them perfect for flats, apartments and HMOs.


0121 766 4200 www.concealeddoorclosers.com Helifix structural repairs reinstate arches


As part of a refurbishment and restoration programme at the world famous Alexandra Palace, structural repair experts, HELIFIX, devised a bespoke repair solution to secure an arch window and two adjacent minor arches


on the north-west tower. Helifix used bonded HeliBars to reinforce the masonry, grouted CemTies to secure the arches and a pair of 7m long SockFix tie bars, virtually hidden from view, being carefully installed through all three arches and positioned in line with the window transoms. The Helifix solution allowed these unsightly remedial measures to be removed and the original window to be reinstated.


020 8735 5200 www.helifix.co.uk/blog/ally-pally


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