Wrightstyle, the Devizes-based supplier of advanced glazing systems, has cautiously welcomed the government’s pledge to ‘build, build, build’.
Wrightstyle has begun work on a project to enhance the fire safety of a 1950s social housing block in Bristol.
In line with new government restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), many of Wrightstyle’s staff are now working from home, although the company do still have production staff on site.
Wrightstyle is to design, supply and install advanced glazing systems for a flagship hospital in south-east Wales.
Wrightstyle, the steel glazing systems company, has been appointed to design, supply and install fire rated screens to the new Tube station at Battersea Power Station.
Wrightstyle is supplying advanced glazing systems to a major regeneration project in the heart of old Edinburgh.
Ten years ago, Wrightstyle tested one of its systems against a lorry bomb and, immediately afterwards, a car bomb, in what was a breakthrough test.
Jane Embury, marketing director of glazing specialist Wrightstyle, looks back at a fire in the USA that changed our understanding of fire dynamics.
Wrightstyle’s Marketing Director, Jane Embury, takes a look at railway station fire safety, sharing the company’s expertise in transportation projects.
Wrightstyle’s marketing director, Jane Embury, takes a look at accidental fires in the workplace and discusses how to avoid them.