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62 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


Lindapter Girder Clamps provided an easy to install solution for a cladding system in Heilbronn, Germany. Part of the development included a requirement for a facade


sun protection cladding system for the multi-storey staff car park. Main contractor Leonhard Weiss sub-contracted this building element to Colt International, a specialist cladding designer and installer. The challenge was to find a suitable method of connecting the cladding system to the steel structure on the car park, and one that was easy to install. The engineers at Colt International designed a T-shaped steel bracket with an end plate incorporating four pre-drilled holes. Lindapter Type A Girder Clamps with M12 bolts were specified for the end plate connection to achieve the required tensile resistance and safe working load. The decision to use Lindapter Type A Girder Clamps was influenced by independent technical accreditations, which include the CE mark (ETA-13/0300), TÜV and Lloyd’s Register approvals. Lindapter Type A Girder Clamps provided a drilling and weld free connection onsite that was quick and easy to install.


01274 521 444 www.lindapter.com/Downloads/Market_Brochures Building solutions for climate change


The vast majority of existing buildings are vulnerable to climate change. Architects are increasingly adopting ‘materials in motion’ to find new ways of creating dynamic designs that have aesthetically pleasing features. Metal cladding facades are visually captivating and


provide a number of performance-related benefits. The metal meets energy-efficient performance specifications and can be integrated into multi-functional designs. Visit the Vulcan Cladding Systems website to find out more about their range of composite cladding and weatherboard cladding.


0208 681 0617 www.vulcansystems.co.uk Metalline helps transform old Glassworks


Metalline has played a leading role in the transformation of an old Glassworks in Bristol. The new build £75m project is part of the regeneration of the Temple Quarter enterprise zone in the city and includes a new office development at 3 Glass Wharf. Metalline supplied and manufactured over 3,000m2


of bespoke aluminium


rainscreen panels which included large 4.0metre x 2.0metre panels featuring a 3D effect diagonal crease across each panel to enhance the light and shaded appearance of the facade. Each of these panels were finished and delivered in batch quantity to ensure continuity of colour.


01543 456 930 www.metalline.co.uk


German discount supermarket chain, Lidl, has built a brand new headquarters on a 4.6ha area with a gross floor area of 130,000m2


Wintech Testing and Certifi cation is now a part of UL.


Tested in Europe, certifi ed for the world


Testing in compliance with the CWCT to meet the requirements of the NHBC and Premier Guarantee. Our strengthened building envelope evaluation, testing and certifi cation expertise helps the built environment industry gain greater access to global markets.


Learn more at Wintechtesting.com or UL.com/BuildingEnvelope


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