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THE REAL DOOR COMPANY AJ ENQUIRY NO: 201 From The Real Door Company comes a complete range of high-quality flush doors, designed to complement its bespoke framed and panelled hardwood doors. Following a major investment in the most advanced CNC facility, it can supply flush doors veneered or painted with complex apertures and curved doors at a highly competitive price.

AVANTI SYSTEMS AJ ENQUIRY NO: 203 Avanti Systems, the UK's largest independent producer of office partitioning systems, in association with Schott, introduces a 30-minute fire-rated glass door that is entirely frameless, and fully certified to BS476 part 20 and 22 (1987). In addition, to provide complete versatility for the specifier, the doors are uniquely available in full heights up to 2,900mm and can be fitted with all Avanti surrounding door-frame types.

K2AJ ENQUIRY NO: 205 Innovative conservatory roofing manufacturer K2 has extended its interests into the commercial sector with the launch of a separate new division - K2 Architectural Systems. K2 Architectural Systems will offer a bespoke service including survey, design, manufacturing and installation to the construction industry for large-scale applications including swimming pools, restaurant extensions, atria and school projects.

CORUS BUILDING SYSTEMS AJ ENQUIRY NO: 207 Kalzip has developed a new full-colour brochure dedicated to its bespoke fabrication service, which provides total compatability of material, colour and finish to achieve consistency of apperance and performance right across the entire building envelope.

Kalzip Fabrications provides comprehensive support and, critically, supplies minimum-risk solutions for all essential roofing and cladding details.

HANSENGROUP AJ ENQUIRY NO: 202 A commercial office complex has made use of secondary glazing systems from FendorHansen, specified to offer 30 minutes' integrity and insulation in the event of a blaze. Designed by Foster and Partners, No 1 London Wall has been built by Robert McAlpine.Working as a subcontractor to Josef Gartner & Co, FendorHansen installed its highperformance SwingLine screens behind the curtain walling units on two elevations.

AME FACADES AJ ENQUIRY NO: 204 AME Facades has launched the new Option 3 cladding range. Option 3 is based on AME's award-winning Proteus range of integrated cladding systems. It is designed to offer the same aesthetic and structural capabilities at a very economical rate. Option 3 features both a rainscreen system and an insulated system. Both are available in pre-finished steel and aluminium.Within the Option 3 range, all aspects of vertical cladding and horizontal soffits are available. For more information, please contact AME Facades directly on 01695 50658.

SIKA AJ ENQUIRY NO: 206 Westgate House, an office building located at Westgate, Halifax, was recently re-roofed using Trocal S, one of the single-ply roofing membranes from market leader Sika. The problem in the re-roofing was that the client required a cost-effective, watertight solution and specified that the re-roofing should not disrupt day-to-day business. The solution from the Trocal team and specialist contractor QM Roofing of Dewsbury was to overlay Trocal S on top of the failed roof to waterproof the structure without stripping off the existing roof.

LUXCRETE AJ ENQUIRY NO: 208 A multi-storey stairwell by Luxcrete for Cardiff 's new Millennium Plaza entertainment complex has quickly become a well-known meeting point and a stunning local landmark.

The Tower of Light's illumination system divides the glass blocks into different coloured panels, which create a dramatic, eye-catching visual display. In automatic mode, the lighting controller loops through no fewer than 287 sequential coloured effects.

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