Our customer was thrilled with our grey commercial windows, doors and curtain walling in this unique commercial renovation in Newman Street, London.
Right in the centre of London, in between Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road, Newman Street is home to advertising agencies, construction consultancies and much more. So we are really happy to have one of our installations in this central London hub that gets so much passing traffic.
The main contractor had taken on this thorough and extensive refurbishment project. The building was old and showing it, with the interior needing as much attention as the exterior. The schedule for the exterior renovations would involve new vertical pillars, new cream rendering in between floors and of course, new Smart Alitherm grey commercial windows, Senior Architectural Aluminium SD doors and our SCW curtain walling to the ground floor entrance area.
In this truly unique refurbishment project, colour matching and colour suiting was very important. So the RAL colour of our aluminium grey commercial windows and doors were matched to the steels running vertically all the way along the front façade of the building, creating a modern and eye-catching building. This contrasts perfectly with the cream render that was used. This installation of ours in Kent is a residential example of how effectively anthracite grey windows and doors can be used with cream or white render.
We initially quoted the job from drawings and after the main contractor had a few questions, we attended site to answer those questions. So by successfully working alongside the architect and main contractor to get the final specification and designs sorted, we gained the order and conducted a full site survey around a week after we received the purchase order. After surveying, everything could then be made and around 6 weeks later, our installation teams arrived with the aluminium frames and glass. With the help of the scaffold and winch, which were provided by the main contractor, we had no real trouble installing all the way to the top floor.
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