The Rock, Bury

The Rock, Bury

Client: The Rock
Type of works: Italia-100 and Italia-80 steel louvres

The Rock is a 1.6million sq ft fully integrated mixed use development aimed at regenerating the town centre of Bury. The £350million project includes 60 shops, 8 restaurants, cinema, bowling alley, 1,250 parking spaces and 408 residential units.

Lang+Fulton supplied 300m2 of custom-sized panels together with 20 sets of doors to secure and ventilate the street-front elevations of the electricity sub-stations. These were made to fit the structural openings with concealed ancillary steelwork. Italia-100 steel louvred material was chosen for its vandal-resistant properties, in particular that it was impenetrable to any abuse from a foreign object.

2.8m high Italia-80 was also used in the car park to create an internal visual screen separating the vehicle access from a service road.

In addition 160m of 2.8m high Stereo-3 grating panels were installed on the upper levels of the car park around plant areas and emergency exits.

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The company of Lang + Fulton has a long history since its foundation in 1781 during which its activities have revolved around steel products and ship owning. For the last 30 years it has specialised in the supply of steel fencing and grating products...
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