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An historic building in the town of Matlock in Derbyshire has enjoyed a roof refurbishment which has enabled its staff to see the light – quite literally.
The project consisted of the construction of a new primary school for the city of Cambridge – one that had direct links with the renowned University. Its unique, circular cutting edge design forms part ofa long term visionary project.
The project consisted of the refurbishment of a detached dwelling located on a Finchley Road within an exclusive area of the city of London. The property had been recently acquired by new owners and a full modernisation and refurbishment project was designed.
The project consisted of the refurbishment of two buildings at Heathrow with the main feature being the Flight Simulator Training Hall where 16 state-of-the-art simulators are housed alongside extensive training facilities.
Environmental improvements were the focus of this substantial atrium rooflight replacement, incorporating photovoltaic cells and automatic opening lights for natural ventilation.
Canning Street School is a single storey primary school for 420 pupils. Originally built in 1984, the design uses an informal open plan arrangement based around a central ‘street’ with a distinctive spinal ridgelight.
Beverley Library is a grand, solid, red brick building with tiled and copper roofs, originally opened in 1906. It forms an important part of the urban centre, linked to the modern Treasure House and opposite the County Hall (the main offices of East Riding of Yorkshire Council).
A continuous rooflight—using Lumira® technology from Xtralite - in the form of an annulus has been used by architects YRM to create a special quality of natural lighting in an important, new university building.