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  • Edwardian neo-classical Library – sustainability refurb
    look forward to completing future projects with the Selectaglaze team John Duckworth Senior Project Manager View 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 Clapton Library Clapton library Client Total Construction Clapton Library is a Grade II listed Edwardian neo classical Library which has been restored to its former glory retaining and uncovering many of its original features while updating its facilities with a striking new extension Sustainability has been at the heart of the refurbishment with energy efficient green technologies being utilised throughout the project These include rain water harvesting solar water heating and energy efficient lighting and heating systems The existing windows have been upgraded in an unobtrusive

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/museums-and-libraries/clapton-library (2016-02-18)
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  • Royal Train Shed – Grade II – Energy Efficient Windows
    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 Royal Train Shed Wolverton Park a Royal train shed fit to sleep in Client People and Places Wolverton Park in Buckinghamshire once the home of the Royal Train has been developed by Places for People to provide 300 houses and apartments Seventy seven of the new homes have been built within the Grade 2 listed Royal Train Shed constructed in 1889 and the adjacent Triangle Building which was the locomotive workshop Many original features have been retained including the majestic cast iron windows which span the three floors There is an emphasis on sustainability with the developments having wind turbines to generate public lighting solar panels on the roof and secondary glazing ensuring the homes are energy efficient and environmentally friendly The Royal Train Shed

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/housing/royal-train-shed (2016-02-18)
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  • Cornwall Terrace secondary solution single glazed sash
    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 Cornwall Terrace Cornwall Terrace Regents Park Client Private Overlooking London s Regents Park this historic terrace of magnificent Grade I Listed Regency properties formerly the headquarters of British Land has been fully restored and converted back for residential use These five storey properties with their enormous entrance halls beautifully finished with near white limestone flooring and grand staircases sweeping through the buildings make a spectacular first impression The main reception rooms are of classic dimensions with floor to ceiling windows allowing natural light to stream into every corner of the room The traditional single glazed sash windows are a defining feature of the Terrace but do not provide the levels of comfort and thermal performance that is expected today Selectaglaze was tasked with the design and installation of secondary glazing systems that

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/housing/cornwall-terrace (2016-02-18)
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  • Great Batchelors –Windows perform to 21st century level
    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 Batchelors Residence of a Tudor Admiral receives the Selectaglaze treatment Client Mr and Mrs Musk Biddenden boasts many historic properties including Great Bachelors an imposing residence set within 3 acres of gardens When granting Grade II Listed status in 1952 English Heritage stated The original 15th century building was timber framed and close studded with plaster infilling but the ground floor was rebuilt in red brick and a half hipped tiled roof provided with original casement windows on the first floor 6 small and 2 large with diamond shaped leaded panes and old green glass Under the watchful eyes of Great Bachelors owners Clare and Mike Musk the property underwent major but discreet works to combat draughts and heat loss including the complete restoration and insulation of the roof and secondary glazing to all 30 of the property

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/housing/great-batchelors (2016-02-18)
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  • George Gilberts Scott Grade I masterpiece St. Pancras
    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 St Pancras Chambers George Gilbert Scott s gothic Grade 1 masterpiece Client Private Individual St Pancras Chambers is a complex of 67 apartments carved out of the interior of George Gilbert Scott s gothic Grade 1 masterpiece originally part of St Pancras railway station The apartments occupy the top five floors which began life in 1873 and have lain abandoned for the last 75 years Perhaps one of the most spectacular apartments owned by Mr Peter Tompkins is spread over two floors The master bedroom has four monumental windows the living room ceiling is 10 metres high it has mezzanines and balconies with unparalleled views across the Station The secondary glazing provided not only thermally insulated the windows in St Pancras chambers but also shut out the noise

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/housing/st-pancras-chambers (2016-02-18)
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  • Samuel Lewis Housing Trust|Secondary thermal efficiency
    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 Samuel Lewis Trust Preserving Listed social housing Client Samuel Lewis Trust The Samuel Lewis Housing Trust completed its first properties in 1910 at Liverpool Road in Islington north London with an estate consisting of 6 blocks of imposing five storey buildings During the ensuing thirty years it became one of the largest providers of rented accommodation in the South East In 2001 the Trust changed its name to Southern Housing Group to reflect the changing scope of the organisation During the 1970 s the Grade II Listed Liverpool Road properties were reconfigured to create a greater number of units in keeping with modern requirements for smaller dwellings providing a total of 247 tenanted flats Southern Housing Group has undertaken

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/housing/samuel-lewis-trust (2016-02-18)
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  • Shooters Hill Police Station - Warmer and Quieter
    John Duckworth Senior Project Manager View 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 Shooters Hill Police Station Former Police Station now providing shared ownership housing Client Asra Coventry Housing Association Ltd Constructed on the site of an old Gibbet the former Police Station was built in two stages spanning the Victorian and Edwardian era and is located at a key point in the Woolwich Common Conservation Area These locally listed buildings now provide 35 shared ownership homes 18 of which are sited within the former Police buildings The original single glazed windows were either refurbished or replaced with like for like with Selectaglaze producing 128 secondary glazed sliding and

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/housing/shooters-hill (2016-02-18)
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  • BREEAM Very Good Rating awarded University of the Arts
    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 University of the Arts London University of Arts student accommodation at Camberwell campus Client Miller Homes Previously occupied by Southwark Council this 6 6m project involved the major refurbishment and conversion of four 18th century buildings three of which are Grade II Listed to provide campus style halls of residence and other facilities for students attending Camberwell College of Arts The development aimed to achieve a BREEAM very good rating and provide a quiet and secure environment for the students The 350 existing single glazed sash windows could not meet the necessary performance levels but an effective solution to both the insulation and security requirements was found with Selectaglaze s systems The designs were sympathetic to the existing windows using

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/education/university-arts (2016-02-18)
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