Glass balustrades for Greenwich Millennium Village

Glass balustrades for Greenwich Millennium Village

BA Systems were commissioned by Willmott Dixon to provide their B40 Frameless Glass balustrade to the external terrace and balcony areas at the Greenwich Millennium Village.

The Greenwich Millennium Village is a joint venture development by Countryside and Taylor Wimpey. This phase of the Greenwich Peninsula development has delivered 206 private, shared ownership and affordable rent homes in residential blocks, and includes a mixture of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments.

At design stage, the solution that was agreed to give the architectural finish to the balustrade was backpainted or sandblasted glass. This gave a consistent coloured finish as well as providing the privacy required for some of the balconies. Secondary steel angles were also designed and developed for areas where the B40 balustrade channel could not be fixed directly to the slab.

At the delivery stage, the BA Systems’ site surveyor and site management team worked closely with the Willmott Dixon site team to ensure that our product was ready for a consistent installation flow without delaying the surrounding trades.

With a site manager and design manager assigned to the project, BA Systems were able to monitor the installation flow and product quality to ensure exceptional delivery and a stunning finished product.

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Innovation in balustrades and handrails BA Systems, formerly Brass Age, is a well-established company with 20 years experience in the design, manufacture and installation of some of the finest handrail and balustrade systems. Manufactured from...
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