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64 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


Profile 22 used in housing development


Profile 22 Chamfered Windows were specified and commissioned for 39 new build houses in Telford. When it came to the windows and doors on the project, the contract was awarded to Profile 22 Approved Window Contractor Select Windows. Profile 22’s Optima Chamfered Windows is increasingly becoming the


commercial system of choice because of its ability to meet demanding requirements at a competitive price. Optima delivers a 1.2 W/m2 U-value as standard, with U-values as low as 0.8 W/m2


K K possible. Senior’s healthy mix of solutions


Ideally suited to the healthcare sector, aluminium fenestration systems can offer huge benefits in terms of aesthetics, durability and efficiency and thanks to Senior Architectural Systems, specifiers can access a full range of solutions from one sole supplier. With a proven track record of delivering contracts that meet the specific performance and budgetary requirements of this challenging sector, Senior’s work in the healthcare market includes the recently completed Sir Robert Ogden MacMillan Centre in Northallerton. The new state of the art cancer care facility is circular in form with the extensive use of Senior’s SF52 aluminium curtain walling providing maximum views of the surrounding landscaped gardens. As well as helping to achieve the require levels of daylighting, Senior’s thermally-enhanced aluminium curtain walling has been integrated with Senior’s patented low U-value PURe®


www.seniorarchitectural.co.uk


Optima windows achieve PAS24 2016 Enhanced Security and have Secured by Design options when these are required.


www.profile22.co.uk Crittall booked for library transformation


One of Northern Ireland’s most popular 20th century libraries has been refurbished and extended with Crittall Windows helping to retain its unique character. Crittall W20 windows were specified for the contract, with polyester powder coated white frames they


aluminium windows to provide ventilation and further contribute to the overall efficiency of the building envelope.


contribute to the overall light and airy feel of the redesigned library interior. The double-glazed, weatherstripped windows suit perfectly a heritage building with a modern purpose. Designed and constructed to achieve a BREEAM Very Good certification Coleraine Library now provides users with vastly improved facilities.


01376 530800 www.crittall-windows.co.uk


Looks good.


Performs Great. Designing a striking building is one thing.  purpose is quite another.


Adopting a blended approach to building design, commissioning, service and maintenance, Kingspan Light + Air has market leading 


Daylighting Natural ventilation Smoke management


Because it’s not enough to just look good. Whatever the building type, trust Kingspan Light + Air to make sure it performs great.


Kingspan Light + Air   www.kingspanlightandair.co.uk


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