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42 PROJECT REPORT: TRANSPORT FACILITIES & PUBLIC REALM


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


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. Money was raised through a joint venture to build the college; two £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 £50,000 support 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 constructed by Willmott Dixon. Courses are available for students, who are pursuing a career in the aviation and related industries. Acoustic consultant Cole Jarman Associates was employed to make recommendations, to create a quiet and amenable learning environment.


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ocated at the end of the Stansted Airport runway is a new College which opened in September 2018. A link was


the dB rating requirements would be met. Selectaglaze installed 32 units with their


Series 10 - two and three 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


Selectaglaze was approached to provide a resolution with secondary glazing. It is the most effective method of acoustic insulation for windows in extremely noisy areas. Acoustic tests have shown that Selectaglaze secondary glazing can provide a 45dB reduction if set 200mm from a single glazed primary window with 6mm glass. Based on this, if used in combination with high-performance primary windows, then


Offices at Farringdon station to feature TROX fancoils


development at Farringdon East Crossrail Station over-site development in central London. The prestigious development by Helical plc, known as Kaleidoscope, will be a six storey office building of 88,600 sq ft with a restaurant unit on the ground floor. The floorplates range from 14,000 sq ft to 19,500 sq ft and the building benefits from a communal rooftop terrace of 5,000 sq ft together with 94 cycle spaces, showers and its own loading bay. It is situated immediately east of Smithfield Market with views over Charterhouse Square and towards St Paul’s Cathedral. As well as anticipating a BREEAM “Excellent” rating after a pre-assessment exercise, the prestigious building (designed by PLP Architecture) displays outstanding aesthetic endeavour and has achieved a WiredScore Platinum rating, meaning it is at the forefront of digital connectivity.


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ROX UK has been selected by MACE MEP Services to provide PWX fancoils and grilles for the new office


Development of the scheme started in August 2018 and completion is due in December 2019. TROX PWX fancoils were the natural


choice for the Kaleidoscope development, to assist the achievement of ambitious sustainability goals, and to provide optimum flexibility for layout of the office spaces. Launched in 2017, the PWX fancoil was the result of an extensive research and development programme and was put through thorough testing, using TROX’s in- house test chamber (constructed to comply with ASHRAE 79, BS1397 and EUROVENT 6/3), in addition to extensive corroboration of results at an independent test facility. TROX PWX units feature new inlet attenuators, inlet plenums and discharge attenuators capable of achieving outstanding performance across a wide range of applications. SFPs across the range comply with and exceed Part L requirements, with typical values between 0.15 to 0.25 W/(l/s) at


Image courtesy of Helical plc


30 Pa ESP. The TROX PWX range is able to speed up


the specification of projects significantly, streamline installation and commissioning, and provide valuable environmental and cost benefits whilst reducing levels of risk. This has resulted in the PWX being selected not only for the Kaleidoscope development at the Farringdon East Crossrail Station, but also for many other notable projects around the UK.


01842 754545 www.troxuk.co.uk


already seen the massive 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 concentration required 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. A free technical advisory service is offered and RIBA approved CPDs are available to architects and designers.


01727 837271 www.selectaglaze.co.uk


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