Month: December 2014

Refurbished John Hampden Grammar School High Wycombe

John Hampden Grammar School, High Wycombe

Hazlemere Commercial have completed five phases of replacement aluminium windows at John Hampden Grammar School for boys over a three year period from 2013 to 2016, replacing the original silver anodised vertical sliding single glazed windows, known to many former pupils as “guillotines” the original windows were sprung and sometimes had the tendency to move …

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Volvo Double Glazed Aluminium Atrium Entrance Maidenhead

Scandinavia House (Volvo) Maidenhead

Scandinavia House is located in Maidenhead, and is strategically situated immediately adjacent to Junction 9A of the A404(M) providing direct access to Junction 8/9 of the M4 Motorway, just 1.5 miles to the south. The property is a fully refurbished imposing three storey building, totalling 22,827 sq ft, with an impressive atrium reception area built …

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Refurbished Aluminium Windows Bluegates Wimbledon

Bluegates Wimbledon

Working for Principal Contractors M C Designs Limited, who were responsible for overseeing the Health & Safety on site, and erecting the scaffolding required to carry out this total refurbishment, Hazlemere Commercial fabricated and installed all the replacement powder coated dual coloured aluminium windows and doors (RAL 7016 matt anthracite grey externally and internally RAL …

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Hillingdon Fire Station Red Replacement Commercial Aluminium Double Glazed Windows

Hillingdon Fire Station

Hazlemere Commercial have replaced worn out windows at several fire stations for the London Fire Brigade, including Kingston Fire Station in Surrey, and more recently Hillingdon Fire Station in Uxbridge, Middlesex. The replacement windows and doors project at Hillingdon Fire Station involved the manufacturing of RAL 3020 gloss powder coated aluminium windows and doors to …

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A total residentail block fitted with replacement coloured aluminium Hazlemere double glazed tilt before turn windows 99 Baker Street, London

99 Baker Street, London

This prestigious replacement windows project for these luxurious residential apartments took place on a busy London street, and above a busy retail premises, so these alone presented interesting challenges to ensure that throughout the whole process pedestrians could still use the sidewalk and that customers could still visit The Bath Store at the ground level. …

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Refurbished Reading House On Hallfield Estate

3 Hallfield Estate Residential Blocks

The Hallfield Estate is owned by Westminster City Council and is one of several modernist housing projects in London designed in the immediate post-war period by the Tecton architecture practice. Construction of the 14 different blocks took place in two phases during 1951–55 and 1955–58. Hallfield was designated a conservation area by Westminster City Council …

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Jumeirah Carlton Tower Hotel London

Jumeirah Carlton Tower Hotel London

Working in a well known busy 5 star hotel in Central London requires careful planning and co-ordination to ensure that the primary function of the property is unaffected by the refurbishment schedule. As a consequence Hazlemere Commercial made sure that everything was agreed and arranged in advance, and then liaised closely with the Hotel Management …

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Epping Forest District Council Civic Offices – Phase One

Hazlemere Commercial undertook this project for Epping Forest District Council under the LHC framework, whereby clients have the knowledge that a pre-agreed schedule of rates will be adhered to by the LHC approved contractor, in this case Hazlemere Window Company Ltd. The windows were fitted into bespoke steel framework that Hazlemere Commercial designed and installed …

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