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Featured News - Museums sector

Jul 28, 2014
Supreme Energy Efficiency for County Hall
The recent £22m remodelling and refurbishment of the 1930's civic building and 1970's office extension to Wiltshire County Hall in Trowbridge was undertaken to consolidate the... more...

Jun 20, 2014
The Victoria and Albert Museum
Founded in 1852, The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world's largest museum of decorative arts and design, with a permanent collection of over 4.5 million priceless, delicate and... more...

Jun 6, 2014
ALL QUIET AT ST. JOSEPHS CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
In 1851, Frederick Faber (a hymn writer and theologian who converted from Anglicanism to the Catholic priesthood), founded a religious charity to: "educate and help local por children"... more...

May 28, 2014
Panoramic Views of London from Paramount House
For many years 162-170 Wardour Street was the London HQ of Paramount Studios, located in the heart of the capital's music, film and advertising industry. However, in 2011 this seven-storey... more...

May 28, 2014
The Halle Orchestra Silenced by Selectaglaze
After years of decay a refurbishment of the former St. Peter’s Church has brought this historic Victorian Grade 2 Listed building back to life. Located in Ancoats, a part of Manchester... more...

Apr 15, 2014
Preserving Listed Social Housing
The Samuel Lewis Housing Trust completed its first properties in 1910 at Liverpool Road in Islington, north London with an estate consisting of 6 blocks of imposing five storey buildings. During... more...

Apr 15, 2014
Maintaining
As part of Nottinghamshire County Council’s recent £5.3m building extension and upgrade programme of the West Bridgford Library, Selectaglaze was briefed to treat the twelve sash... more...

Feb 12, 2014
A Winning Performance in the
Thermographic imagery demonstrates the effectiveness of secondary glazing at Great West House. more...

Feb 4, 2014
A Feast for the Eyes
SELECTAGLAZE AT COVENT GARDEN'S MEATmarket more...

Jan 30, 2014
Selectaglaze debut at EcoBuild 2014
4th - 6th March ExCel London - Stand No. S380 more...

Jan 30, 2014
CPD and Networking Opportunity
WEDNESDAY 14TH MAY 2014 - MARKING 20 YEARS AT THE BUILDING CENTRE, LONDON more...

Jan 30, 2014
Listed Property Show 15th-16th Feb
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Oct 9, 2013
SELECTAGLAZE HELPS MODERNISE A MODEL OF SOCIAL HOUSING AND URBAN LIVING
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Sep 25, 2013
A Warmer Holme for Jordan’s Mills – Courtesy of Selectaglaze
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Sep 20, 2013
English Heritage at The Engine House, Swindon - Selectaglaze Awarded Return Ticket
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Sep 9, 2013
Selectaglaze at 100% Design 2013 - Stand No E17
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Sep 9, 2013
SELECTAGLAZE AWARDED FOR BESPOKE WINDOW SOLUTIONS
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May 27, 2013
Coronation Festival - Buckingham Palace
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May 23, 2013
A Window on Security
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May 13, 2013
University of Arts - Student Accommodation at Camberwell Campus
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Mar 22, 2013
CPD AT THE BUILDING CENTRE
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Feb 16, 2013
Guidance Literature for Energy Saving in Period Buildings
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Jan 28, 2013
 SELECTAGLAZE AT RADCLIFFE INFIRMARY
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Jan 23, 2013
 Contemporary Comfort in Listed Property
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Nov 30, 2012
MAKING A NOISE ABOUT NOISE
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Oct 22, 2012
TATE LIVERPOOL
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Oct 18, 2012
A BASE2STAY WITH SELECTAGLAZE
base2stay is one of Liverpool's newest boutique hotels and is already a multi award winning destination. Located within the city centre's "Rope Walks" area the hotel occupies an... more...

Sep 17, 2012
 SELECTAGLAZE HELPS THE AGES TO WORK TOGETHER
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Aug 28, 2012
“SUPER LUXURY” AT PARK LANE APARTMENTS
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Jul 11, 2012
CPD - Updated
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Jun 19, 2012
Titanic's story launches Southampton's SeaCity Museum
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May 18, 2012
THE SILENT TREATMENT FOR AWARD WINNING ECO-FRIENDLY LIBRARY
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May 17, 2012
GROUND BREAKING HOUSING SCHEME FOR DISABLED PEOPLE
A former care home in Brighton has been converted into 10 flats for adults of all ages with physical disabilities. The conversion is seen as breaking new ground in social care, where such... more...

Apr 2, 2012
University of Reading gets new Music Department
Originally owned by the Palmer family, of Huntley & Palmers biscuit fame, the land and buildings at Reading's London Road were gifted to the University of Reading at the turn of the twentieth... more...

Dec 1, 2011
Change of use breathes new life into disused office buildings
Cities have to constantly change and adapt to survive. Fortunately, architects and property owners with vision are capitalising on this, increasingly finding new and innovative ways to keep our... more...

Nov 22, 2011
Selectaglaze help put the
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Oct 21, 2011
St. Pancras Chambers
An ideal location, especially if you are a rail enthusiast with a fascination for quirky architecture, can be found at one of London's latest apartment conversions. Originally part of St. Pancras... more...

Sep 7, 2011
RESIDENCE OF A TUDOR ADMIRAL RECEIVES THE SELECTAGLAZE TREATMENT
Some 5 miles from Tenterden is the picturesque village of Biddenden in the heart of Kent. Once the centre of the Wealden iron industry it is probably better known now for its Biddenden's Cider or... more...

Sep 7, 2011
Cornwall Terrace, Regents Park
Overlooking London's Regents Park, this historic terrace of magnificient Grade I Listed Regency properties - formerly the headquarters of British Land - has been fully restored and converted back... more...

Sep 7, 2011
THE HOLBURNE MUSEUM - LEGACY OF A GEORGIAN GENTLEMAN
Following his family's naval tradition Sir William Holburne (1793-1874) was just eleven years of age when, as a midshipman, he took part in the Battle of Trafalgar. After the untimely death of his... more...

Feb 28, 2011
SECONDARY GLAZING FOR NEW STATE-OF-THE-ART HIGH DEPENDENCY NEO-NATAL UNIT
Reflecting the very latest in hospital design, the £226 million, 513 single bed roomed New Tunbridge Wells Hospital built in Pembury in Kent has been designed to address key issues,... more...

Feb 1, 2011
ST. MARYS HOSPITAL, PADDINGTON GETS THE SELECTAGLAZE TREATMENT
St. Mary’s Hospital, Paddington part of the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust London, recently unveiled its £8m state-of-the-art 16-bed Critical Care Unit which is dedicated to... more...

Dec 16, 2010
Selectaglaze is an Integral Part of Fabulous Restoration
Described as "one of the most spacious and well designed hotels Bloomsbury has to offer", the newly restored Radisson Edwardian "Kenilworth Hotel", previously known as The... more...

Dec 15, 2010
SELECTAGLAZE AT THE SUPREME COURT
Located on Parliament Square, opposite the Houses of Parliament and close to Westminster Abbey and the Treasury Building, is the UK's first Supreme Court. more...

Dec 6, 2010
SELECTAGLAZE KEEPS THE FAITHFUL WARM
St. Paul’s Church in Hatfield Road, St. Albans, which celebrates its centenary this year, has recently undergone a major modernisation programme to the church and its adjacent halls. more...

Oct 5, 2010
SUPER NEW PREMISES FOR SELECTAGLAZE
Selectaglaze has moved office and factory premises. The company has been associated with the cathedral city of St. Albans for nearly 40 years and this move, to purpose designed premises, allows... more...

Sep 28, 2010
AFFORDABLE FAMILY HOUSING ON HOLLOWAY ROAD
In 1972 a Victorian terrace originally consisting of 8 separate houses was purchased by the London Borough of Islington and converted into a hostel for the homeless. Following the recent closure... more...

Jun 20, 2010
THE SILENT TREATMENT FOR ECO-FRIENDLY LIBRARIES
A Library is traditionally a collection of books embodying knowledge and ideas and many fine buildings have been constructed over centuries to reflect the importance of such collections. Today... more...

May 24, 2010
FROM PUMPING STATION TO OLD MASTERS – SELECTAGLAZE HELPS SECURE THE UK’S MUSEUMS
The UK has a rich and varied architectural history but regrettably many such buildings are eventually deemed surplus to requirement and allowed to fall into disrepair. Fortunately some are saved... more...

May 18, 2010
SUSTAINABLE HOUSING
The UK has a rich and varied architectural history in evidence throughout the country. Unfortunately, many such buildings are deemed surplus to requirement and allowed to fall into disrepair. But... more...

Mar 16, 2010
The Arch London Hotel
Opened this January, The Arch London is the capital’s latest hotel and is the culmination of a three year development which has seen a terrace of seven Georgian Grade II listed townhouses... more...

Mar 11, 2010
THE HOUSE THAT QUIETLY ROCKS!
Based on a medieval church in Salonica, St. George’s in London’s Tufnell Park dates back to 1861. Like many places of worship, St. George’s has had an interesting and varied... more...

Mar 11, 2010
PATIENT PRIVACY AT ST BARTS
Works at London’s Barts Hospital have reached the half-way stage of an ambitious 10 year plan. Many of the existing buildings are being sensitively refurbished with specific focus on... more...

Mar 10, 2010
SELECTAGLAZE PREVENTS AN OUTBREAK OF THE BLUES
Noise containment is a contentious issue particularly in inner city locations where more and more properties are being converted to residential usage. Owners of bars, clubs and pubs find... more...

Oct 10, 2009
Secondary Glazing for Heritage Windows
Keeping historic buildings in active use can be a massive undertaking and one of the biggest headaches is often caused by the most defining feature and character of a property - its windows... more...

Aug 5, 2009
Royal Train Shed
Wolverton Park in Buckinghamshire, once the home of the Royal Train has been developed by Places for People to provide 300 houses and apartments. Seventy-seven of these new homes have been... more...

Jul 13, 2009
SELECTAGLAZE HELPS PROVIDE SUSTAINABLE HOMES
The UK has a rich and varied architectural history. Unfortunately, many such buildings are deemed surplus to requirement and allowed to fall into disrepair. But this doesn’t have to be... more...

Jun 9, 2009
SELECTAGLAZE HELPS CHURCH FIND A NEW “CONGREGATION”
This Summer will see one of London’s Grade II* listed churches reborn as part of a state-of-the-art performance centre. more...

Apr 19, 2009
SELECTAGLAZE ASSIST PHOENIX RISING FROM THE ASHES
Ramsgate Library has risen Phoenix-like from the ashes five years after fire gutted the impressive 104 year old Grade II landmark building on the Kent coast. more...



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