A residential refurbishment of the iconic 1920s Dock Office in Salford Quays has included a stunning two-storey steel framed structure at roof level, incorporating Technal MX Toggle curtain walling, fabricated by Quest Solutions (UK) Ltd, to all sides to achieve panoramic views across the city. Technal’s FY65 windows were also specified, providing an aesthetic in-keeping with the original art-deco design.
High specification curtain walling fabricated using Technal MX Grid system, has been successfully employed in the construction of a new science annex at the University of Manchester: offering excellent energy and acoustic performance, while contributing to the visual appeal of the building.
The University of Lincoln invested £19m in the construction of the Sarah Swift Building with Technal supplying its MX Visible Grid curtain walling, PY 55 doors and FY 65 windows to the project, specified due to their versatility and aesthetic qualities.
Working alongside BAM Construction North East and Glasshus, Technal’s MX Visible Grid Curtain Wall, PY55 Doors, and FY65 Windows were recently specified for The University of Lincoln’s Isaac Newton Building, creating a stunning façade.
Advanced glazing systems from the range of Technal have been employed by Dortech Architectural Systems Ltd for the construction of the new Materials Innovation Factory (MIF) located within the University of Liverpool’s ‘Knowledge Quarter’ – helping create an important research facility for the development of new technologies.
The development of a brand new college campus in the North-east has seen a leading fabricator for the Technal brand – part of Hydro – design, manufacture and install a major glazing package, which included a double-storey façade featuring the use of the MX SG structural glazing system.
With increasing demand for 60mm curtain wall systems, architectural aluminium systems specialist Sapa has launched the Technal MY Curtain Walling System. Offering real architectural versatility, this new facade range will allow architects, specifiers and fabricators to create curtain walls with larger glass spans than ever before.
In answer to a daylight, ventilation and health and safety conundrum, the design team for a new 21st century academy in Sheffield has used Technal’s aluminium systems to create an innovative, multipurpose architectural highlight that features across the Academy’s stunning facade; a standardised detail that will doubtless be used in future educational settings.
The regeneration of the once huge Longbridge works in the Midlands, where many famous British motor cars were originally built, has seen the area transformed into a vibrant new retail district, with MX Grid Curtain Walling as well as doors and windows from the Technal range proving equal to the demands of the project team and the high profile national retail chains due to occupy the buildings.
Two apartment blocks in Manchester’s Hat Box development in Milliners Wharf have achieved "Secured By Design" certification in recognition of the safety standards met. Technal’s window, curtain walling and door systems, supplied through fabricator Glasshus, were instrumental in this certification.
Bringing a tired 1970s landmark office building back to life, architectural aluminium systems from Technal have been installed at Nine Bond Court in Leeds to create the high specification and contemporary exterior this prestigious commercial address deserves.
The award-winning and BREEAM Outstanding Engineering Building at the internationally renowned Lancaster University features a complete range of architectural aluminium glazing systems from pioneering façade specialist, Technal.
Despite being intentionally hidden from sight within earth-sheltered structures, Gloucester Gateway Services continues to draw attention and win awards in the architectural world, with Technal systems forming a key element to their visible face.
Aluminium façade systems from Technal have been specified for a new visitor centre and gateway to the Bournemouth seafront that forms part of a £4 million redevelopment to help make the town a world-class tourist destination.
Aluminium façade systems from Technal have been specified for a third project at Chelsea Football Club’s Training Academy Campus at Cobham in Surrey – a seamless below-ground extension to an existing pavilion.