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PROJECT REPORT: EDUCATION & RESEARCH FACILITIES


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“This is your captain speaking” – can you hear me?


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itting at the end of Stansted Airport runway, is a new College which opened its doors for its first intake of


students in September 2018. A relationship was developed with Manchester Airport Group over a period of 5 years to secure the acre of land and get their buy-in for the proposed college. Funds were raised via a joint venture to build the college; two separate £3.5million grants from the South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP) Local Growth Fund and Essex County Council, as well as a £300,000 grant by Uttlesford District Council and a £50,000 funding contribution from the Savoy Trust. Stansted Airport College is the first on-site education facility of its kind at any major UK airport, designed by Pascall+Watson and built by Willmott Dixon. Courses on offer for the students, looking for a career in the aviation and related industries include; aviation operations and cabin crew, engineering and aircraft maintenance,


primary window with 6mm glass. Based on this, if used in conjunction with high performance primary windows, then the dB rating requirements would be met. Selectaglaze went onto install 32 units


across the site with their Series 10 2 and 3 pane horizontal sliders and a Series 41 casement door. All were installed with a cavity of 200mm and tightly sealed. Not only have the staff and students


hospitality and events management, pre-apprenticeships, apprenticeships and work transition courses. Acoustic consultant Cole Jarman Associates was employed to make recommendations, to create a quiet and comfortable learning environment. Selectaglaze was approached to help


provide a solution with secondary glazing. Acoustic tests have shown that Selectaglaze secondary glazing can provide a 45dB reduction if set 200mm from a single glazed


already seen the enormous acoustic benefit of the secondary glazing, but they should also gain from thermal insulation it provides and the added security. The roar of the overhead planes has been silenced, creating a quiet and conducive space for teaching and studying. Established in 1966 and Royal Warrant


Holder since 2004, Selectaglaze has a wealth of experience working on many building types, from new build to Grade I Listed buildings.


01727 837271 www.selectaglaze.co.uk


ADF JULY 2019


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