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Project Light, Canada Water

Project Light, Canada Water


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Situated atop the flagship Decatholon store, Locker’s Multi Use Games Area (MUGA) at Canada Water, South London provides a centrepiece for the new Project Light residential and retail development. Locker utilised Coburg 12-12-12-12 spiral mesh for the enclosure walls.

Woven from 316 grade stainless steel, the spiral pattern forms an architecturally refined texture to compliment the surrounding surfaces. The spiral mesh was installed under tension to allow a clear vertical span of 7 metres to be achieved.

Locker also provided the Dyneema® ball-stop netting to the roof and inner curtains.

 

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Gladstone 80/10 architectural wire mesh installed at The Douglas Village Shopping Centre, Cork.

The Douglas Village Shopping Centre, Cork

The Douglas Village Shopping Centre, Cork


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Gladstone 80/10 architectural wire mesh installed at The Douglas Village Shopping Centre, Cork.

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Gladstone PC 80/10 architectural mesh installed as a staircase screen at Plymouth University

Plymouth University

Plymouth University


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Gladstone PC 80/10 architectural mesh installed as a staircase screen at Plymouth University. The mesh was hung on vertical cables to provide the perfect cost-effective solution.

Architect: Nicholas Burwell

 

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Nelson 16/4 Architectural Mesh installed as a ceiling at The River Café, London.

The River Café, London

The River Café, London


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Nelson 16/4 Architectural Mesh installed as a ceiling at The River Café, London.

The specification used was: Open Area: 64%, Weight: 10.16 Kg/m2, Thickness: 8mm.

Architect: Richard Rogers Partnership

 

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Sainsbury's, Brentwood Essex Cladding - Car Park Soho XL

Sainsbury’s, Brentwood, Essex

Sainsbury's, Brentwood, Essex


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Soho XL powder coated expanded metal car park façade at Sainsburys Brentwood. The main façade is designed to appear as a seamless, randomly undulating ribbon of mesh. In reality the mesh panels are carefully designed to avoid any visible panelisation or connection. Curved metal banding seamlessly holds the panels in place.

Two additional flat clad headlight screens covered in similar expanded metal bands are designed to mimic the main façades, and protect nearby housing from intrusive car headlights. The deceptive curvilinear form provides an elegant architectural screen, which economically both enhances and disguises the functional steel frame behind.

Architect: CHQ Architects

MARIANItech expanded metal
 

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White Horse Bridge, Wembley

White Horse Bridge, Wembley


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Gladstone PC 42/3 architectural mesh installed as balustrading on White Horse Bridge, Wembley.

Architect: Halcrow / Marks Barfield

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Wembley Stadium London

Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium


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Gladstone 80/10 architectural cable mesh installed as cladding at Wembley Stadium. The cable mesh is used to provide an aesthetically pleasing, semi-transparent 'skin' to the open areas of the building above the entrances.

Wembley Stadium was built on the site of the previous 1923 Wembley Stadium. It is a UEFA category four stadium and has a seating capacity of 90,000 (105,000 combined seating and standing). It is England's national stadium and the 2nd largest stadium in Europe. Designed by Foster and Partners and HOK Sport (now Populous), it includes a partially retractable roof.

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Waterloo International Station

Waterloo International Station

Waterloo International Station


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3000 square metres of Cromarty Laminate mesh was installed to augment roof glazing at the iconic Waterloo International Station.

Locker conducted structural and tensile tests of this material at Bath University. Dimensions for fabrication of all 432 individual panels were determined by detailed 3d laser survey. Locker then used their own unique installation system to securely retain the material within the roof space.

"Our Client is more than impressed that we have delivered the Contract on time and within budget. I would just like to take this opportunity to personally thank you both for all your efforts and endeavours in helping us to complete the contract. The service, reliability and professionalism that you have bestowed upon is during the course of the contract is very much appreciated." Phil Webb, Managing Director, Walker Construction

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Redcar Vertical Pier

Vertical Pier, Redcar

Vertical Pier, Redcar


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Broadway Expanded Metal and Coburg 12-12-12-12 Architectural Wire Mesh installed at Redcar Vertical Pier as part of a wider seafront regeneration project.

The 80ft tower features 118 gold, silver and purple sheets, made from Broadway expanded metal, to create the effect of three brightly coloured ribbons wrapping around the entire structure.

MARIANItech expanded metal

 

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University of Essex

University of Essex

University of Essex


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Aluminium Brocklebank 20/5 architectural wire mesh façade cladding on top of University of Essex student accommodation.

The student accommodation requires an amount of plant on the roof; heating and air conditioning units, fans and ducting. The mesh enclosure effectively hides the unsightly plant from the view of people in the adjacent Library which is several floors higher and overlooks the Student Centre. The left hand enclosure is accessed from inside the building and has two double gates onto the roof and second enclosure. The latter is entered via a double gate in the centre. The library building itself has a similar enclosure but with no mesh roof as it is not overlooked. The enclosures are made from galvanised steel beams with our aluminium ‘Olympic’ extrusion as cross supports. The mesh is then screwed either through the steel work or into our extrusion depending which edge it is. The gates all have twin locks for added security.

 

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