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70 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


George Barnsdale to supply windows for workhouse


George Barnsdale is delighted to announce it has been chosen to manufacture and install the timber windows for a renowned Grade II listed former workhouse building in Fitzrovia, London. The project is being undertaken by University College London Hospitals Charity to provide mixed residential and commercial accommodation. The Strand Union Workhouse is said to have been used by Charles Dickens as inspiration for his 1837 novel Oliver Twist and was listed Grade II in 2011. A total of 119 timber box sliding sash single and double glazed windows will be designed and manufactured by George Barnsdale in the company’s Lincolnshire factory alongside some timber flush casement windows and doorsets. The company’s installation team will fit them this autumn/winter. Commenting on the project, Steve Dixon, Sales Director said “We are delighted to have the opportunity to work on this exciting development. We have delivered timber windows and doors on numerous projects throughout London but this has very special provenance with its links to Dickens and Florence Nightingale. We really do pride ourselves on the part we play in bringing these historical buildings back to life with our bespoke products.”


01775 823000 www.georgebarnsdale.co.uk High specification AluK windows and doors in new cardiff bay development


AluK facade solutions are at the heart of a recently completed residential development on Cardiff’s Bute East Dock which combines both new build apartments and affordable homes. Schooner Wharf is the first open market scheme to be developed by Cardiff Community Housing Association (CCHA), who were working in partnership with main contractors Morganstone. It features 32 two, three and four bedroom affordable homes, alongside a seven storey waterside apartment building with 85 one and two bedroom apartments for sale on the open market. AluK products have been installed extensively throughout the scheme in contemporary Anthracite grey, including fully suited 58BW windows and 58BD doors, GT55TB commercial entrance doors and SL52 curtain walling. The products were chosen as they all met the high performance specifications laid down by the architects Austin Smith Lord and had the benefit of providing a coherent, fully suited look to support the overall design vision. All AluK products on Schooner Wharf were fabricated and installed by commercial specialists Denval based in Cardiff, who are part of AluK’s network of fabrication partners.


01291 639739 www.aluk.co.uk


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