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Quality engineered products for a new engineering department
In 2016 Imperial College London acquired the neighbouring disused Royal Mail Post Sorting Office. Architects Pascall+Watson specified secondary glazing to improve their performance. Over seven different types were installed to match the varying styles; large sweeping curved headed casements w...
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Secure secondary glazing helps protect returning artefacts in C18th Castle
Nestling on the border of Dorset and Hampshire, sitting atop the cliffs at Highcliffe; is the Grade I Listed Highcliffe castle. It was built between 1831 and 1835 by Charles Stuart, 1st Baron Stuart de Rothesay. Selectaglaze provided the Castle with a solution to compliment the restoration of ...
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Selectaglaze and Pilkington support CRASH with secondary glazing for new computer room
Selectaglaze helps create and enhance a computer suite at London homelessness charity, Caritas Anchor House as part of their on-going relationship with the CRASH charity. CRASH Chief Executive, Francesca Roberts contacted Selectaglaze asking if they would be willing to donate s...
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“This is your captain speaking” – can you hear me?
Positioned at the end of Stansted Airport runway, is a brand-new College which opened its doors for the first time in September 2018. With just one runway serving all take off and landings, and the college’s location not far from the end of it, noise was a big concern. Selectaglaze helped pr...
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The Blue Anchor has called last orders in Fishpool St, St Albans
Osprey Development’s planning application was approved to convert The Blue Anchor into a two-storey four bedroomed home with remodelling and alterations to the single storey rear extensions including changes to the roof.
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Refurbished Bells chime on considerately: praise be to Selectaglaze!
The Grade I Listed St Andrew’s Church in Much Hadham, a village in Hertfordshire dating back to Saxon times has recently restored its historic bells. Part of the repair was to develop the dilapidated sound insulation and thermal retention to the louvres in the church tower.
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Stylish conversion of three Listed buildings are up for an award
A remarkable collection of three Georgian Listed buildings in Berkshire, including one on the Buildings at Risk register, have recently been transformed back into 53 stylish apartments.
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A West London Historic Palace receives the Selectaglaze treatment.
Selectaglaze secondary glazing was chosen to help improve the thermal, acoustic and security properties of one of London’s most renowned and historic palaces.
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Plumstead Church congregation rejoices thanks to triumphant secondary glazing
St. Michael’s is a well-known Cherubim and Seraphim Church in Plumstead, London. Placed in a densely packed residential area, a solution was vital for noise insulation.
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The Holburne Museum, Bath
To protect exhibits housed within this magnificent Georgian building, Selectaglaze designed and installed single hinged casements incorporating Anti-UV glazing and multi-point locking accredited to “Secured by Design”. Other design considerations included a paint finish matching the surroundi...
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Selectaglaze Scale Monumental Heights
At the noisy heart of bustling Birmingham is the city's Town Hall, an impressive example of Roman Revival civic architecture. With a refurbishment budget of £34m, the 1830s iconic masterpiece will once more become the performance centre of the city. However, the journey from faded glory to w...
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Tunbridge Wells Hospital in Pembury, Kent
The £226m, 513 single bedroomed hospital features a dedicated Women and Children’s unit with a Level 2 Neo-Natal Unit providing special and high dependency care. The imposing primary windows have been supplemented with secondary units providing better internal environment control, offering ad...