United Reform Church, London
External Wall System: Combination of blockwork and lightweight steel frame with cavity wall insulation, robust cavity barriers and solid non-combustible external brick façade.
URC is a new mixed-use development located in Upper Clapton Road, London.
The new development will house a large worshipping area with overhead natural rooflights at ground floor, with the addition of residential accommodation at higher elevations of blocks A, B & C.
333 Kingsland Road, London
External Wall System: Predominantly steel frame structure with cavity wall insulation, robust cavity barriers and non-combustible precast concrete, brick clad panels and columns.
333 Kingsland Road a new mixed-use development at the former Kingsland Fire Station site in Dalston, London.
The new development will provide a home for Hackney New Primary School, as well as new housing and retail space. There will be 68 apartments in the development, 34 one-bedroom, 31 two-bedroom and 3 three-bedroom units along with 298m² of retail space and the new primary school for up to 350 pupils aged 4 – 11.
Eagle House, Bracknell
External Wall System: The external facia of the building is designed using Mineral Wool Sto Render system.
Eagle House is a residential development located in Lexicon in Bracknell.
The building offers 84 modern studios, 1 and 2 bedroom stylish apartment
Brent House, Wembley
External Wall System: Aquarian Gebrik Cladding System
The mixed-use residential building will be built upon a former council office building situated in Brent between Wembley Stadium and Wembley High Road on a 1.9 acre site. Once completed, Brent House will consist of 248 apartments and c.6,000 sq. ft of retail space, around a new landscaped public plaza.