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Metal Technology completes impressive redevelopment project at Victoria Gate, Woking © Hundven Clements Photography


Leading Northern Ireland-based architectural aluminium firm, Metal Technology, recently supplied its specialist products for work on Victoria Gate, a major redevelopment project in Woking, Surrey. The impressive 63,375 sq ft commercial office building, which was designed by architect firm Scott Brownrigg to combine modernity and functional rationality, used a number of Metal Technology’s architectural aluminium systems as part of the refurbishment project. Metal Technology’s System 17 Latitude high-rise curtain walling was used extensively to create the desired aesthetic for this building. The design process also involved developing a new triangular capping to further enhance the clean horizontal lines of the building. System 5-20D high performance thermally enhanced doors were also used throughout, both of these products offered the Victoria Gate building designers a wide and diverse range of profiles that delivered structural integrity, weather performance, thermal enhancement, and security. All Metal Technology systems are designed to perform seamlessly together to deliver the desired aesthetic and performance standards.


028 9448 7777 www.metaltechnology.com


Kalwall leads the way in retrofit design Kalwall®


translucent cladding, exclusively available in the UK and Ireland from Structura UK Ltd, has helped


transform a former marble processing plant into an amazing space for the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, USA. Designed by Cope Associates, the new Facilities Services Complex has totally revitalised and refreshed the original 1908 building and the use of Kalwall has helped the projects LEED Silver Certification. The project has proved so successful it was named the Collegiate Citation winner for historic preservation in American School and University’s annual Educational Interiors Showcase Award. The interior of this 8,500 sq metre building is now bathed with diffused daylight through the Kalwall panels fitted into the original clerestory encircling the central hall. The Kalwall keeps the interior free from glare and hotspots and the stark contrasts of light and shade. It also specifically helps the computer users by keeping direct sunlight and glare off their screens making it more restful and reducing eye fatigue. Furthermore, Kalwall’s insulation properties mean ‘U’ Values of up to 0.28 W/m2


K can be achieved. Photo: Genna Sellers www.structura-uk.com/kalwall


Aluk publishes guide for specifiers As it celebrates its 25th


anniversary in the UK, AluK has just published a brand new specification guide for its


complete range of fenestration products. Available free to architects, specifiers and consultants or available to download via the AluK website, the 68-page guide has been produced to illustrates AluK’s collaborative approach to working. It outlines how AluK appoints a dedicated project consultant team to work directly with specifiers, providing expert fenestration guidance through stages two – four of the RIBA Plan of Work and support in the form of BIM and in-house designed REVIT and IFC Objects. It also highlights the two dedicated AluK Design Studios in London and at its factory in Chepstow where the entire product range is on display and where clients and specifiers can meet the AluK team and attend networking and educational events. AluK has always put collaboration, service and support firmly at the heart of its offering to specifiers in the UK, alongside expertise in manufacture and innovation in product design. Its entire product range is outlined in the guide then with full specifications, CAD cross sections and thermal profiles for each system.


01291 639 739 www.aluk.co.uk


Industrial legacy retained and renewed with Crittall An industrial building has undergone a 21st


century transformation with Crittall Windows ensuring that it


retains its traditional aesthetic. Herbal House was built in 1928 as the print works for the Daily Mirror. A defining feature of the then six-storey building was its horizontal bands of Crittall steel windows providing extensive daylight for the work carried on in the interior. Existing brickwork and stone detailing was repaired and refurbished and the original Crittall windows replaced with modern equivalents, in this case Corporate MW40s with spandrel panels. Crittall Cold Form Doors and MW40 external and internal screens were also installed in the double-height ground floor. The slim profile of the steel framed windows allows maximum light to enter throughout the more than 100,000 sq. ft of new workspace and they, and the internal screens, also contribute to the effect of a new lightwell that draws light through the building down to lower levels. MW40 features a high-performance double weather seal and is supplied hot dip galvanised with a low maintenance Duralife polyester powder coating. It also offers high levels of thermal and sound insulation.


01376 530800 www.crittall-windows.co.uk


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