Stoakes Systems has announced the publication of the new Kalwall in the UK guide. This guide for architects and specifiers illustrates many recent projects that use Kalwall cladding or roofing. It includes technical and performance information and explains why this translucent, diffused daylighting system has become so popular with UK architects. For a free copy tel 020 8660 7667 or email mailbox@stoakes. co. uk
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ICB ALWITRA AJ ENQUIRY NO: 201 Alwitra lists more than 22 reasons why its single-ply roofing membrane remains ahead of the competition, but the key, it says, lies in its comprehensive technical service package. From start to completion of a project, architects, designers, main contractors and building owners have access to on-call specification and product assistance, while onsite installation is carefully monitored and backed by guarantees.
3 July 2003
IGUZZINI AJ ENQUIRY NO: 201 Frame Woody is a system of linear and square frames designed to support the Maxiwoody projector system for the illumination of both horizontal and vertical surfaces. The system is extremely versatile in that it achieves total versatility of movement of the luminaire head, so that the fittings can be directed towards many different surfaces.
17 April 2003
INTERNATIONAL TIMBER AJ ENQUIRY NO: 201 International Timber has supplied 300m 2of grooved deckboards in its new Tatajuba timber for the courtyard landscaping of the award-winning The Boxworks project, part of the major regeneration of Britannia Basin in Manchester. Used on both vertical and horizontal applications throughout the landscaping, Tatajuba hardwood decking is part of the company's range of hardwood and softwood decking components.
10 April 2003
ALKOR DRAKA AJ ENQUIRY NO: 201 Alkorplan F, a single-ply PVC membrane roofing system from Alkor Draka, was specified in the refurbishment of the Blackwell bookstore in Oxford, which is in the Guinness Book of Records as having the largest display of books for sale in one room in the world. Architectural consultant Dale Roberts Design recommended a total refurbishment of the existing flat roof as part of the project to convert the third-floor storage area into a sales floor.
3 April 2003
GOODING ALUMINIUM AJ ENQUIRY NO: 201 Gooding Aluminium's innovative range of perforated sheet has featured extensively at Loughton Leisure Centre, Essex - as the perfect solution for screening high-level ducting in both swimming pools and fitness areas. GA, specified by GLR Architects, produced the impressive perforated panels which were rolled and formed to provide a continuous streamlined soffit detail running the full length of both pools, concealing high-level ducting.
18 December 2003
VENCEL RESIL AJ ENQUIRY NO: 201 A green housing development in Havant, Hampshire, has incorporated Vencel Resil's Jabcore floor insulation and Jabroof panels as part of its energy-saving and ecologically focused design. The Eco-Homes project comprises 11 showcase properties for Hermitage Housing Association, developed on a brownfield site in conjuction with Havant Borough Council.
26 June 2003
EATON AJ ENQUIRY NO: 201 A completely new range of switched sockets, offering great customer benefits, is being introduced to Eaton's MEM 250 Memstyle socket-outlet range to address changing needs in the marketplace, such as the increasing use of IT and electronic-based equipment.
10 October 2002
TORMAX AJ ENQUIRY NO: 201 One of the largest revolving doors Tormax has ever designed was recently installed at the University Hospital of North Tees. Finished to a high specification, the impressive 5.4m entrance has three wings and is powered by the fully programmable Tormax TRP drive. Commenting on the installation, estates manager Peter Estell says: 'We are delighted with the resulting entrance way. Design and installation has gone very smoothly and our thanks go to Tormax for its excellent service.'
3 October 2002
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19 June 2003
POTTER & SOAR AJ ENQUIRY NO: 201 Potter & Soar, the UK's leading manufacturer of architectural wire mesh, has expanded its wide range of woven mesh patterns. The new Medway range of woven mesh (pictured), an exclusive design pattern, can be used to create elegant translucent light effects on even the most functional of building designs, as light is reflected off the vertical pre-crimped wires in a constantly changing motif.