Gilberts recently helped the Natural History Museum to replace its famous ‘Dippy’ the diplodocus exhibit with a real-life skeleton of a blue whale.
Gilberts Blackpool has increased its warehouse capacity by almost 10% in response to increased demand for its products.
Gilberts Blackpool has introduced a new version of the Mistrale Fusion System (MFS), the MFS-V (Vertical).
The UK’s leading independent air movement specialist, Gilberts Blackpool, is playing a key role in helping keep a major engineering project on track.
Gilberts of Blackpool has delivered natural ventilation for a new café, in Keswick’s Theatre by the Lake.
Brustor B-600 is an rotating louvre and sliding roof system designed to provide optimum light and shadow for outdoor terraces.
Gilberts has provided tailored air movement training at its in-house test laboratory, for a team of engineers from Derry Building Services (DBS).
Gilberts of Blackpool has delivered a natural ventilation solution for the University of Ulster’s new Faculty of Art, Design & the Built Environment.
Natural ventilation louvres have been specified to help a university’s arts centre to improve its energy efficiency by reducing its reliance on heating.
When Newcastle College required replacement blinds for a large roofed area, it specified Mermet Acoustis 50 to supply both light control and acoustic comfort.