The Grade II listed India Buildings in the heart of Liverpool has undergone a major refurbishment – it features grilles and diffusers from Gilberts.
A new school and centre of excellence for special educational needs in Chester’s historic Abbey Square features Selectaglaze secondary glazing. This is part of the refurbishment of two Grade II* Listed Georgian buildings.
Acoustic secondary glazing manufactured and supplied by Granada Glazing has created warmer and quieter apartments for residents in Murrays’ Mills, Ancoats.
Wedding ceremonies have been made more peaceful at Reading Town Hall, following acoustic adaptations from Selectaglaze to block noise from the town centre.
A bespoke heritage colour scheme created by Crown Paints’ experts has helped breathe new life into one of Manchester University’s most iconic accommodation buildings.
Next door to Bellingham Station in London is the Grade II Listed Fellowship Inn. Selectaglaze assisted the building’s refurbishment with its secondary glazing.
The new £15m Activity Centre at St George’s College, Weybridge, is a beautifully designed sports hall featuring Kalwall® translucent cladding.
Situated in the heart of Russell Square, the historic Grade II* listed Kimpton Fitzroy London Hotel now features a sound solution from Granada Glazing.
Bull Products, manufacturer of life-saving fire protection equipment, has supplied over 300 of its Cygnus wireless alarm systems to the world famous, Grade II listed, Old Admiralty Building.
The 170 year-old, Grade ll listed, Hook Norton Brewery in Oxfordshire, was suffering from internal and external cracking due to the failure of 15 brick arches.