Aluminium Specified For Innovation Hub

Aluminium Specified For Innovation Hub
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Comar in conjunction with their approved fabricator Tradeglaze provided and installed the Aluminium solutions for the new KLIC Innovation Centre, Nar Ouse Regeneration area based in Kings Lynn, Norfolk

The 22,000sq ft centre is owned by Nwes the leading enterprise agency and delivers long awaited state-of-the-art commercial work space for the West Norfolk area.

Aluminium Specified For Innovation Hub

This £5 million centre was made possible with £2.5 million of funding from New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnerships – Growing Places Fund and £1,150,000 million from the local Borough Council.

Aluminium Specified For Innovation Hub

Comar systems installed on this project were: 6EFT Curtain Walling, Comar 9P.i Fixed Lights with Comar 7P.i Commercial Doors installed for the external entrances.

Aluminium Specified For Innovation Hub

Architect: Fielden & Mawson

Contractor: R G Carter, Kings Lynn

Fabricator: Tradeglaze

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Date: 17 October 2016
Source: comar-alu.co.uk

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