Senior Architectural Systems has seen its bigger order yet of its thermally-efficient PURe® aluminium windows, for Manchester Life’s new Cotton Field Wharf residential development.
This development is the very first project to be done as part Manchester Life’s plans to create more than 1000 new private rental homes in the city.
The 302 new apartments will benefit from Senior’s patented PURe® aluminium casement windows, which possess some of lowest U-values seen on the UK market.
Senior’s PURe® FOLD aluminium doors open up to private terraces, many enjoying incredible waterside views as the scheme’s location overlooks the New Islington Marina.
On the lower levels, Senior’s slim profile aluminium curtain walling system has framed the communal areas, which feature a gym and club room, helping to maximise the sense of light and space.
Senior’s strong and secure SPW501 commercial aluminium doors complete the development’s attractive glazing package.
Simon Scholefield, Senior Architectural System’s architectural advisor for the North West region commented on how ‘product innovation and supply chain collaboration’ were essential throughout, adding they were ‘extremely proud to have been involved’.
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