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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.

KEIM PAINTS AJ ENQUIRY NO: 203 A hydraulic-lime and white-cement binder with sand and mineralfibre fillers, Keim Universal Render is a ready-to-use, easily applied renovation and thin-layer wall render. It is ideal for patch repairs, complete thin-coat renders, as a render base layer or for fire protection.

MEM 250 AJ ENQUIRY NO: 205 MEM 250 has extended its Energy-Link cable management range with a new threecompartment cable trunking system for use in offices, hospitals, schools and colleges, laboratories and workshops. Manufactured from high-impact thermoplastic material, the new '3CT' trunking range offers three fully segregated compartments for power, data and communications cables, or any other combination of services which need to be segregated.

VELFAC AJ ENQUIRY NO: 207 Architects of a ground-breaking residential development in Manchester's Chorlton Park have specified Velfac windows to ensure optimum environmental and aesthetic performance, despite operating within a strict budget. Chorlton Park, designed by architect Stepenson/Bell, is a mixed-tenure residential project built on contaminated land (a former petrol garage) in a traditional Manchester suburb.

HANSENGROUP AJ ENQUIRY NO: 202 Working with architect FaulknerBrowns of Newcastle, FendorHansen designed, supplied and installed its Fineline internal glazed fire screens to the English Institute of Sport, Manchester.

Fineline protects the fire escape routes and staircases, incorporating Swingline glazed doors to ensure up to 30 minutes' fire integrity. For further technical literature, contact FendorHansen on 0191 438 3222 or email sales@fendorhansen. co. uk D WILSON ARCHITECTURAL AJ ENQUIRY NO: 204 D Wilson Architectural Metalwork specialises in the manufacture and installation of feature metalwork, balustrades and staircases. Its facilities include the manufacture and installation of all associated joinery, and in-house polishing of stainless steel (grades 304 & 316), brass and aluminium. Contracts range from £10K to £1.5 million throughout the UK. Contact the sales/estimating office on 0121 446 2800 or email DWilsonAMsales@aol. com STOAKES: PROJECT OF THE WEEK AJ ENQUIRY NO: 206 The new Alexander national indoor athletics facility (architect Urban Design, Birmingham CC) is a 'green' building using roof solar panels to convert daylight directly into all the energy needed. 'Green' translucent Kalwall cladding maximises and diffuses quality light which, together with its solar control and high insulating qualities, helps to reduce the energy required.

Tel 020 8660 7667 and visit www. stoakes. co. uk MARLEY PLUMBING AJ ENQUIRY NO: 208 Marley Plumbing & Drainage recently identified a gap in the market for a large gutter used on commercial buildings. Not simply a standard large-profile gutter, but one where installation was straightforward, maintenance virtually zero and longevity assured. Using its proven Aligator jointing method, Marley has introduced 'Giant', a new 200mm x 150mm Alutec Aligator gutter profile.

Respond to these showcases @ www. ajplus. co. uk/ajdirect Readers may obtain information about these products by filling in the enquiry numbers on one of the AJ enquiry cards. Advertisers wishing to promote their products on these pages should contact Mike McSweeney on 020 7505 6816.

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