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design build facades are pleased to announce that it has been awarded the contract to overclad Hexagon Tower, Blackley, Manchester. Click to view video of recently completed mockup A brutalist masterpiece with the two gables rising to create a tall V-shaped opening that lights the principal staircases, Hexagon Tower was designed by one of Britain’s
design build facades is pleased to announce that building envelope works are now underway on Block A, York Hospital, part of York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. The works comprise overcladding using our insulated aluminium rainscreen and high-performance integrated windows as part of a range of energy efficiency and carbon saving measures in collaboration
design build facades is pleased to announce that a full-size mock-up of the proposed facade works has now been completed at Eastbourne District General Hospital, part of East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust. This is the final design step prior to programming the full works. The works comprise overcladding using our insulated aluminium rainscreen and high-performance
d+b facades ‘fabric first’ message was well received by delegates at the recent AUDE annual conference, University of Birmingham. Universities continue to invest in updating and regenerating their older building stock, underlined by the number of new enquiries received by the business for planned investment. Cliff Woodhouse, Business Development Director, commented “the AUDE Conference is
d+b facades is pleased to announce that re-cladding works are now underway at Berry Court, Bournemouth. The works involve removing all existing cladding panels, EWI and insulation and replacing them with solid aluminium panels and improved insulation. This project builds on the successful relationship with Abri Group established through works at three other high rise
Rated in the top 10 of the NICDEX League Table, Cambridge Regional College understands the importance of improving the appearance of its estate in order to meet the expectations of today’s students and reflect the quality of its teaching and curriculum. d+b facades was pleased to be awarded the contract to refurbish the Construction Skills
Following extensive upgrades to much of the building stock campus-wide, K Block was dated in both appearance and building performance. d+b facades’ refurbished the building by replacing the existing timber cladding and glazed infills with its proprietary insulated aluminium rainscreen system integrated with high-performance double glazed windows. Refurbishment of adjoining and adjacent blocks can be
d+b facades have recently completed the fifth phase of refurbishment to the Richmond and Horton D buildings at the University of Bradford. Commencing in 2007, the refurbishment has been phased over 15 years in line with the University’s capital programme and funding. Discrete phases are indistinguishable from each other. The coherent unified appearance has been