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Rutland Mills has been derelict for 20 years. During this time, the nine Grade II Listed buildings have become dilapidated and in a poor state of repair. Investor, City & Provincial Properties selected the site for redevelopment and to establish ‘Tileyard North’.
Howells Patent Glazing conservatory roof for mansion refurbishment at , Doxford House in Sunderland, a derelict Georgian mansion, listed on the 2009 Heritage at Risk Register.
Howells Patent Glazing was appointed manufacturer and supplier of a bespoke glazing system for one of the greatest examples of Gothic Revival architecture in Britain, the Towers, known to millions as the centrepiece of Alton Towers Resort.
Howells Patent Glazing has supplied and installed an area of dual-pitched roof patent glazing for a new build two-storey office on the Radnor Hills site in Mid-Wales. Built using its HG57 aluminium bar , the roof glazing system forms a central atrium allowing light to pour into the workspace below. Daylighting supports Radnor Hills sustainable ethos by helping to reduce its dependency on electric lighting and therefore, cut energy costs.
Barkers is a family department store and a Northallerton institution. Dating back to 1882 the store has a fascinating history and now, in its 140th year, it is run by the fifth generation. Over the years, Barkers has expanded, buying out neighbouring properties to become a thriving destination store.
Tudor Grange is a Grade II listed building set amidst the mature grounds of Blossomfield Park. Located on the outskirts of affluent market town Solihull, Tudor Grange has been thoughtfully converted into an exclusive development of eight one- and two- bedroom apartments.
Focus is on the extraordinary project of foss barrier. With so much attention given to consumer demand for glass and glazed products, it’s easy to forget the volumes used in commercial projects. Long associated with high-rise architecture, glass skyscrapers have taken over the world in the past seventy or so years. While the energy efficiency and environmental impact of building with glass on such a scale has come into question in recent years, there is still a requirement for glazing in commercial development. This is most notable in conservation projects.
Work is now complete on a £4.4 million expansion of Kingswood Academy in Hull, following an increase in demand for places.
The new Russell Building comprises 12 new classrooms; two offices; a new dining area and servery, including indoor and outdoor seating; toilets; and plant rooms. A further 72 parking spaces have also been created. It has enabled the academy to create a further 150 places for students.