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  • Noise insulation exceeded required insulation levels
    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 City University London The sound of music silenced Client City University London Built in 1894 the magnificent Grade II listed Old College Building in Central London houses the City University s School of Arts The 9m project included the refurbishment and development of a suite of music rehearsal rooms and the conversion of the garden and paved patio area into a state of the art concert hall An essential part of the first stage was to ensure maximum noise insulation from both inside and outside the music rehearsal rooms An acoustic lining was fitted between the

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/education/city-university (2016-02-18)
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  • Gothic style windows – reduce noise ingress and egress
    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 Godolphin Latymer Selectaglaze helps church find a new congregation Client Godolphin and Latymer One of London s Grade II listed churches has been reborn as part of a state of the art performance centre In 2006 the 150 year old Victorian St John the Evangelist church was decommissioned by the Diocese of London However the Governors of the neighbouring Godolphin and Latymer School recognised its potential to play a major part in the development of a much needed music and drama centre for their pupils so a 125 year lease was duly agreed Working closely with Architects Burrell Foley and Fischer Selectaglaze were tasked with providing units to minimise noise ingress and egress without introducing additional sight lines

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/education/godolphin-latymer (2016-02-18)
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  • Vertical sash – Secondary glazing | Warmer & Quieter
    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 Prendergast College Selectaglaze helps the ages to work together Client HRK Architects Built on the site of the former Lewisham Bridge Primary School Prendergast Vale College opened for the start of the 2012 13 academic year The original building which received Grade II Listing as an outstanding example of Edwardian school architecture with English Heritage has been carefully incorporated into the overall design The building needed sympathetic refurbishment and adaptation for the present day and the imposing single glazed windows presented a significant challenge for the College s energy efficiency targets Low emissivity glass was recommended as it can reduce heat loss through traditional windows by up to 60 High performance seals were also recommended in order to markedly reduce draughts

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/education/prendergast-college (2016-02-18)
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  • Covent Garden Meat Market – Stylish Acoustic solution
    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 Covent Garden Meat Market A feast for the eyes Client MEATmarket A project at London s Covent Garden is perhaps one of the most eye catching projects undertaken involving a 26 metre screen fitted at the MEATmarket a quick eat fast food burger kitchen housed within the 1904 Grade 2 Listed Jubilee Hall overlooking the covered market stalls Originally the MEATmarket platform had no windows just PVC strip curtains and netting which was unattractive and did little to filter out the noise from the market below Working in conjunction with refurbishment specialist PJ Harte Selectaglaze designed manufactured and installed a glazed screen incorporating fixed and horizontally sliding units to seal off the burger kitchen from the Market and improve both the acoustics and the environment The screen is

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/hotels-and-leisure/meat-market (2016-02-18)
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  • Low emissivity glass thermal upgrade
    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 Engine House Swindon English Heritage at the Engine House Swindon Client English Heritage In 1840 Daniel Gooch the locomotive superintendent of the Great Western Railway wrote to Isambard Kingdom Brunel recommending Swindon as the location for a much needed engine works Just four years later the GWR Central Engine Station was a reality Having ceased operating as an Engine Station it was acquired by English Heritage in 1992 to house the organisation s extensive archives The 1992 interior refurbishment works to this Grade II Listed building Selectaglaze treated windows on the south elevation to improve noise insulation from the railway lines More recently the building required further renovation and conversion works which included the requirement for The thermal upgrading of windows by installation of secondary glazing units and draught proofing of windows to

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/office/engine-house (2016-02-18)
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  • Safe secondary glazing for Museums – Holbourne Museum
    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 Holburne Museum Legacy of a georgian gentleman Client Holburne Museum Following his family s naval tradition Sir William Holburne 1793 1874 was just eleven years of age when as a midshipman he took part in the Battle of Trafalgar In 1961 the Grade I Listed eighteenth century Sydney House Hotel was purchased to accommodate Sir William Holburne s collection and was to become The Holburne Museum In 2007 the Museum was closed for three years while the building was refurbished and renovated The Museum s Curator Amina Wright is on record as saying The central displays in our Ballroom Gallery are deliberately extravagant and include silverware porcelain and china collections bronze statuettes and oil paintings hanging alongside the room s monumental windows and floor to ceiling balcony doors In order to protect the

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/museums-and-libraries/holburne-museum (2016-02-18)
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  • Thermally efficient units & refurbished metal windows
    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 Holme Mill Jordan s Mills and the Doomsday Book Client Jordan Trust Standing on the banks of the River Iver Holme Mills was first mentioned in the Domesday Book and was one of Bedfordshire s major producers of animal feed and flour From the early 1970 s the Mills produced the famous Jordans breakfast bars and cereals but recently a new mill was built nearby allowing the original Holme Mills to be refurbished and restored and a new Visitor Centre constructed As part of this refurbishment the original metal framed windows needed to be fully overhauled and made thermally efficient in order to provide a more comfortable environment As it was not possible to replace the windows the solution to this problem was

    Original URL path: http://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/case-studies/museums-and-libraries/holme-mill (2016-02-18)
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  • Eco-friendly, 21st century thermal and noise insulation
    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 Enfield Library The silent treatment for award winning eco friendly library Client London Borough of Enfield SCALA Civic Building of the Year Runner up Enfield Town Library and London Planning Awards 2010 11 WINNER Best Built Project Selectaglaze s challenge at Enfield Town s Library was to help bring the original 1912 building up to today s demanding standards of thermal and noise insulation while maintaining the Listed character of its Edwardian facade To achieve this Selectaglaze treated a total of 27 sash windows with a combination of vertical sliding counter balanced units and Lift Out units

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