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We have provided fixings, fasteners and sealants for the new Wembley stadium

Main contractor Mansell Construction selected Weatherwise as the cladding contractor as they provided the most competitive solution to meet the stringent performance specification.
The unusual structure features a mixture of aluminium and terracotta rainscreen systems with curved feature fin bullnoses and aluminium window pods.

The architects design called for a profiled composite panel to roof and walls incorporating rooflights to give natural daylight to the tennis courts and single ply membrane to plant-rooms areas. The deep eaves overhangs were accentuated with flat composite panels to the soffits.

For the composite panel high tread Bi-Hex fixings was used size ranging from 65mm - 250mm

David Lloyd Fitness Centres feature a readily recognisable 'signature' design, featuring the sweeping curved roofs with micro-rib horizontal panel walls. With proven ability to meet the overall design requirements, which usually consisted of bullnose feature flashings, ‘Y’ shaped down pipes and pre-formed corners. Bullnose feature flashings are best fitted and joined using stainless steel low profile headed fixings; E-X Stainless T25 Application

These Fixing are now available is a range of different sizes starting from 25mm right up to 200mm. They are more "pleasing to the eye" than nore common Hex head or Bi-Hex fixings and can be powder coated any colour required.

One of the key factors in the project was particular attention had to be paid to the perimeter details to ensure there compliance with Part L of the new building regulations, as our fixings are of a high standard and are conforms to BS 5429 Part 1: 1996 Code of Practice Clause 2.8.3 our fixings was the perfect choice.

The complex comprised a football/athletics stadium, an indoor swimming pool and a gymnasium. 40,000m2 of single skin colour-coated steel roof and wall cladding. Each arena roof sheet precisely dimensioned to create symmetrical roofs, curving in two planes, on each side of the arena.35,000m2 of fully lined, factory-bonded composite insulated wall panels,Roof sheets and wall panels designed (and tested) to meet specified wind loadings through multi-spanning purlins and sheeting railsSingle skin sheets and composite panels all PVF2 colour-coated both sides for minimum 20 year life to first maintenance.

The scene of Britain’s historic handover of Hong Kong to the People’s Republic of China in 1997, the extension to the convention and exhibition centre stands dramatically on the promontory of reclaimed land in the harbour. The building’s concert, conference and exhibition halls lie beneath a powerfully expressed architectural roof of sweeping curves and wing shaped low level canopies.

Luxalon wall cladding was been specified, with structural glazing, curtain walling and windows, and the project also required terracotta rainscreen tiles, louvres and sunscreening with an abseil and mansafe system.

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