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Mark Corlick

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  • Comment on: The Regs: Disabled WCs

    Mark Corlick's comment 9 December, 2009 12:08 pm

    As I am a Registered Architectural Ironmonger, I am in a position to correctly specify the ironmongery in accordance to the ever evolving and updated regulations, but this means that what is specified should not be changed due to budget, as this practice will leave the architect exposed.
    Using a fully qualified AI and sticking to the specification is one way of not having your fingers burnt.
    Mark Corlick, Reg AI 444, Dip GAI

  • Comment on: In pictures: David Chipperfield's Hepworth Gallery

    Mark Corlick's comment 20 November, 2009 3:35 pm

    Well Done!

    Having been involved with this project from the early stages, scheduling and specifying architectural ironmongery, even Chipperfields' own lever handle, it is now great to marvel at the building in all it's dimensions.

    For further information on the Chipperfield lever handle or any other ironmongery issues, drop me a line.


  • Comment on: David Chipperfield's Home Sour Home

    Mark Corlick's comment 5 November, 2009 1:54 pm

    Having had the opportunity to have worked on and supplied some of DCA's most recent UK projects, Hepworh Gallery and the Turner in Margate, I have to agree it is sad that one of our best know architects is also a great export.
    For more information on the DCA lever handle used at the Hepworth, drop me a line.