Wrightstyle supplies to new teaching centre

Date: 15 April 2014
Source: Wrightstyle
Wrightstyle, the Devizes-based steel and aluminium glazing company, has supplied a range of systems for a state-of-the-art vocational teaching centre in Cheshire, Buckinghamshire.

The new Chiltern Skills and Enterprise Centre, which opened earlier this year, is providing a range of courses from catering to construction, carpentry to mechanical engineering, and from computer technology to vehicle maintenance.Wrightstyle provided a number of internal and external doors and screens for Oxfordshire-based main contractor, Kingerlee Limited, ranging from 30 and 60 minutes integrity-only exit doors to external 30 minutes thermally-performing fire-rated curtain walling.Wrightstyle designs, fabricates and installs advanced system ranges designed to mitigate against fire, ballistic or bomb attack, with school and university completions both in this country and internationally.Recent international educational projects have included successfully-completed contracts in Malta and Hong Kong.

The company is also a trusted supplier to the public and private sector internationally – from a retail project in Beirut to the Dubai metro, from a military heritage project in the USA to a new stadium in South Africa.

“We are one of a very few companies able to provide a comprehensive range of fabricated systems in both steel and aluminium, and to provide a complete design to installation service,” said Jane Embury, Wrightstyle’s marketing director. “Coupled with comprehensive system guarantees, it adds up to a win-win service for architects and contractors.”


Image courtesy of Kingerlee Limited

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