Our work on 25 King Street was part of a comprehensive refurbishment of this high quality office block situated on the corner of Prince Street and Queen Square in the heart of Bristol city centre.
The job entailed the installation of 12mm thick toughened glass doors and surrounds and the retro-fitting of electro-magnetic locks, all within a specified two day window.
The Wills Memorial Building, situated near the top of Park Street in Bristol is considered to be one of the last great neo-Gothic buildings to be built in England, having being completed in 1925.
Our client, Bristol University wanted to add security to the building with the addition of automated doors with swipe card access. We fabricated and installed a made to measure steel frame fitted with 12mm toughened glass, all within a tight four day programme.
St Clement’s House in Marsh Street, is a home to BT in Bristol. This project involved the replacement of the existing revolving doors with frameless glazing to fit the same aperture.
Located beside the iconic Wembley Stadium it is only when you see the people in the photograph that the size of this Nando’s restaurant front can be fully appreciated. Fabricated from anodized aluminium it stands 6m high, with a width of16m. The integrated sliding doors are 4m high, the whole being manufactured from 13.5mm toughened laminated glass. We had more time on this one, eight weeks from start to completion!
We were asked to come up with “something funky” to add a splash of colour to a new kitchen in a family home.