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Alu-Timber Windows, Doors, Framing & Curtain Walling Were Used At Coleg Meirion Dywfor, Caernarfon, Gwynned, Wales.

Alu-Timber Windows, Doors, Framing & Curtain Walling Were Used At Coleg Meirion Dywfor, Caernarfon, Gwynned, Wales.

Client: Coleg Meirion Dywfor
Architects: Capita Symonds
Fabricator: K2 Aluminium
Main Contractor: Wynne Construction
Systems Used: Alu-Timber Windows, Doors, Framing & Curtain Walling

Alu-Timber, with their approved fabricator K2 Aluminium Systems, worked on the second phase of the Glynllifon campus development. This new build teaching block was designed to meet BREEAM excellent standards. The project is sited adjacent to a special conservation area which is home to one of Europe’s largest roosts for Lesser Horseshoe Bats. The innovative Learning Village will enable a number of education and training providers to work together to offer more vocational courses, ensuring the very best for learners, business and also the local economy.

Alu-Timber, from The Parkside Group Ltd., was specified due to the flexibility it offers. All profiles are kept in stock which means challenging site deadlines can always be met. The extensive range of profiles create options for large glazed framing areas which integrate seamlessly with Alu-Timber windows and doors. The
complete Alu-Timber range includes casement, tilt & turn windows, open-in and open-out doors, framing and curtain walling.

All Alu-Timber approved fabricators are required to have the technical expertise to attend pre-site meetings and provide detailing. K2 Aluminium Systems liaised closely with the specifiers to provide design advice and detailing which ensured the project ran smoothly and met site deadlines.

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