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  • Frames of secondary blend in with panelling of interior
    our preferred secondary glazing company have pulled out all the stops for us and have confirmed they will now install the new secondary glazing 2 weeks ahead of their normal production run allocation John Sinnott Managing Director Oakland Building Services Ltd Sectors Back to browse Sectors Churches Education Healthcare Housing Hotels leisure Museums libraries Office Home owner Heritage View Sectors Technical Library Case Studies Back to browse Case Studies Churches Heritage Healthcare Housing Government Education Hotels and Leisure Office Museums and Libraries View Case Studies Contact News Events Chapter House Chapter House of St Paul s Cathedral Client St Paul s Cathedral Nestling in the shadows caste by the iconic St Pauls Cathedral occupying the south side of Paternoster Square stands the Grade II Listed Chapter house Designed by Sir Christopher Wren and his son and built between 1712 and 1714 this beautiful classically proportioned building has had a chequered history Both the Cathedral and Chapter house survived a direct hit during the Blitz in 1940 However the catastrophic fire which followed destroyed the majority of the original exterior and gutted the interior of the building Chapter house was renovated during the 1950 s and adapted into offices Recently major work has been undertaken to restore the building to its original glory During its restoration Chapter house s insulation has been brought up to 21 st century standards in order to retain heat and reduce energy bills Heat loss reduction of up to 50 can be achieved using bespoke secondary glazing units Suitable products from Selectaglaze s unique range were selected for each window opening depending on the benefits required Secondary glazing is fully reversible and therefore widely accepted as an acceptable adaptation in Listed buildings Great care was taken to ensure that the colours of the secondary glazing frames

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/office/chapter-house (2016-02-18)
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  • Reduction in noise ingress and halving of heat loss
    Products Benefits Back to browse Benefits Warmer Quieter Safer Selectaglaze our preferred secondary glazing company have pulled out all the stops for us and have confirmed they will now install the new secondary glazing 2 weeks ahead of their normal production run allocation John Sinnott Managing Director Oakland Building Services Ltd Sectors Back to browse Sectors Churches Education Healthcare Housing Hotels leisure Museums libraries Office Home owner Heritage View Sectors Technical Library Case Studies Back to browse Case Studies Churches Heritage Healthcare Housing Government Education Hotels and Leisure Office Museums and Libraries View Case Studies Contact News Events Pollen House A Make over fit for the 21 st century Clients Ben Adams Architects Situated in Mayfair 10 Cork Street is in one of London s most sought after areas built in 1924 1925 to a design by John Belcher and J J Joass Pollen House is a striking stone clad building with a distinctive blueprint Sitting close to the Royal Academy and surrounded by the likes of Burlington Arcade and other high end retail establishments who wouldn t want to work in this vibrant area in offices that have had a 21st century internal make over A high specification design by Ben Adams Architects has created a very attractive environment but one that needed significant attention to the existing steel windows in order to minimise the problem of traffic noise Selectaglaze with their considerable experience in acoustics was approached for advice Noise reduction of about 45dB has been achieved through treating each window with a single hinged casement glazed with 6 8mm acoustic laminated glass The minimal frames with flush hinges and locks provide clean lines which complement the existing windows and the new interiors An additional benefit of the secondary glazing is an approximate halving of heat loss and

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/office/pollen-house (2016-02-18)
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  • Atlas House – Impressive Grade II Listed office space
    have confirmed they will now install the new secondary glazing 2 weeks ahead of their normal production run allocation John Sinnott Managing Director Oakland Building Services Ltd Sectors Back to browse Sectors Churches Education Healthcare Housing Hotels leisure Museums libraries Office Home owner Heritage View Sectors Technical Library Case Studies Back to browse Case Studies Churches Heritage Healthcare Housing Government Education Hotels and Leisure Office Museums and Libraries View Case Studies Contact News Events Atlas House Selectaglaze takes on a titan Client TateHindle Atlas House 1 King Street is an impressive Grade II Listed building located on the corner of Cheapside and King Street in the heart of the City of London just a short walk from St Paul s Cathedral The four storey building partly dates back to 1842 but has undergone a number of additions and renovations the latest of which have brought the building up to the highest modern standards for office use The building has a classic façade with traditional sash windows an important and attractive feature of the building s design that could not be changed However these single glazed windows are thermally inefficient draughty and incapable of dealing with the high noise levels found

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/office/atlas-house (2016-02-18)
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  • Protecting from elements – Battersea Cats and Dogs Home
    confirmed they will now install the new secondary glazing 2 weeks ahead of their normal production run allocation John Sinnott Managing Director Oakland Building Services Ltd Sectors Back to browse Sectors Churches Education Healthcare Housing Hotels leisure Museums libraries Office Home owner Heritage View Sectors Technical Library Case Studies Back to browse Case Studies Churches Heritage Healthcare Housing Government Education Hotels and Leisure Office Museums and Libraries View Case Studies Contact News Events Battersea Cats and Dogs Home A safe and cosy haven Client Battersea Dogs Home Since 1860 the lost pets of London have found a safe haven at Battersea Dogs Cats Home The challenge was to shelter the dogs exercise runs from the wind and rain where in winter according to one inmate it was cold enough to freeze the paws off a poodle The solution also needed to leave the existing security grilles in place and preserve the light airy feel of the dogs environment In an imaginative and innovative use of existing systems Selectaglaze the country s leading specialists in secondary glazing designed manufactured and installed a series of large panels from their Series 10 and 45 ranges to sit between the grilles and the runs

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/office/battersea (2016-02-18)
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  • Improved levels of energy performance - Buildings
    preferred secondary glazing company have pulled out all the stops for us and have confirmed they will now install the new secondary glazing 2 weeks ahead of their normal production run allocation John Sinnott Managing Director Oakland Building Services Ltd Sectors Back to browse Sectors Churches Education Healthcare Housing Hotels leisure Museums libraries Office Home owner Heritage View Sectors Technical Library Case Studies Back to browse Case Studies Churches Heritage Healthcare Housing Government Education Hotels and Leisure Office Museums and Libraries View Case Studies Contact News Events Great West House A winning performance in the Golden Mile Great West House Brentford Client Skansen Interiors Ltd Forming part of what is known as Brentford s Golden Mile business area Great West House with its L plan design is an iconic 1960 s tower Known as GW1 and GW2 the paired buildings are owned by commercial property investment company CLS Holdings plc and operated by Instant Office Ltd as a Business Centre providing fully furnished office suites conference rooms catering and leisure facilities An extensive programme of refurbishment and upgrade has ensured that the buildings provide contemporary accommodation to a high standard However with energy performance now assuming greater importance for building

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/office/great-west-house (2016-02-18)
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  • Safe and Secure – Units Accredited to Secured by Design
    will now install the new secondary glazing 2 weeks ahead of their normal production run allocation John Sinnott Managing Director Oakland Building Services Ltd Sectors Back to browse Sectors Churches Education Healthcare Housing Hotels leisure Museums libraries Office Home owner Heritage View Sectors Technical Library Case Studies Back to browse Case Studies Churches Heritage Healthcare Housing Government Education Hotels and Leisure Office Museums and Libraries View Case Studies Contact News Events Newark Civil War Museum Safe and Secure History Client Newark Sherwood District Council Thomas Magnus a prominent local resident had the magnificent Tudor Hall built in 1520 to accommodate a free school The original building has been adapted and extended over the centuries It is now known as the Old Magnus Building and houses exhibits for the National Civil War Centre The Old Magnus building was left vacant in 2004 and quickly fell into disrepair Newark and Sherwood District Council were successful in obtaining Heritage Lottery Funding to restore the ancient building and transform it into a museum In so doing the council are insuring that Thomas Magnus original vision of creating a space for education continues into the 21st century Security was high on the agenda when plans were made for the restoration process Some of the historical artefacts including graffiti dates back to the early 1600s and are irreplaceable Some parts of The Old Magnus building are Listed and so security measures taken need to be sympathetic to the buildings elegance and historical significance Window openings are an integral part of a buildings security Secondary glazing is an ideal solution for Listed buildings which require a high level of security whilst meeting the requirement of being a fully reversible adaptation 45 windows were treated using a range of Selectaglaze s bespoke products including units certified to Loss

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/museums-and-libraries/newark-civil-war-museum (2016-02-18)
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  • Leighton House Museum Private Palace of Art Case study
    preferred secondary glazing company have pulled out all the stops for us and have confirmed they will now install the new secondary glazing 2 weeks ahead of their normal production run allocation John Sinnott Managing Director Oakland Building Services Ltd Sectors Back to browse Sectors Churches Education Healthcare Housing Hotels leisure Museums libraries Office Home owner Heritage View Sectors Technical Library Case Studies Back to browse Case Studies Churches Heritage Healthcare Housing Government Education Hotels and Leisure Office Museums and Libraries View Case Studies Contact News Events Leighton House Museum Helping preserve the UK s museums Client Leighton House Museum Leighton House in London s affluent Holland Park was built between 1864 and 1879 for Frederic Lord Leighton the eminent classical painter and President of the Royal Academy of Art By the time of his death in 1896 Lord Leighton s home had become known as his Private Palace of Art famous not only for its architectural and decorative character but also for the range and quality of the fine and decorative art collected from around the world Following Lord Leighton s death the house was opened as a museum and in 1925 was sold to the Royal Borough of Kensington predominantly for use as a concert venue with an extension added to provide additional gallery space The building sustained bomb damage during WWII and underwent piecemeal repair and restoration over many years About two years ago a decision was taken to restore the house to its former glory recreating the original appearance using old photographs and through the loan of many key paintings As part of this restoration it was decided to improve the security of selected windows to Secured by Design standards by using secondary glazing It was important to respect the sight lines of the traditional sash

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/museums-and-libraries/leighton-house (2016-02-18)
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  • Titanic’s story Seacity Museum : Black interlayer glass
    the stops for us and have confirmed they will now install the new secondary glazing 2 weeks ahead of their normal production run allocation John Sinnott Managing Director Oakland Building Services Ltd Sectors Back to browse Sectors Churches Education Healthcare Housing Hotels leisure Museums libraries Office Home owner Heritage View Sectors Technical Library Case Studies Back to browse Case Studies Churches Heritage Healthcare Housing Government Education Hotels and Leisure Office Museums and Libraries View Case Studies Contact News Events Seacity Museum Titanic s story launches Southampton s Seacity Museum Client Southampton City Council Based in Southampton s Cultural Quarter is The SeaCity Museum which officially opened on 10th April 2012 commemorating 100 years to the day that the RMS Titanic departed from Southampton s Docks The Museum occupies a Grade II listed building which was designed in the early 1930 s to accommodate the city s police station cells and Magistrates Courts Many of the original Art Deco influenced features have been retained and incorporated into the Museum The energy efficiency of the building was poor so secondary glazing was considered as an appropriate adaptation for thermal improvement The gallery spaces also needed sound insulation and blackout facilities as many

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/museums-and-libraries/seacity-museum (2016-02-18)
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