Maidenhead Town Hall, originally built in 1962, has been brought into the 21st century following a major renovation programme. As part of the renovation the existing windows were replaced with a low maintenance aluminium product to retain the original design features and complement the buildings architecture.
Special care was also taken throughout the renovation to ensure that the building was fully accessible for people with disabilities with the tiered floor being levelled and a new lift installed. Careful consideration was therefore required with the product specification for replacement doors. Installation of the 350 windows/doors was completed over a 20-week schedule and with minimal disruption despite involving work in both public access and office working areas.
“The refurbishment has been carried out with imagination and flair and I congratulate everyone involved – council officers and contractors alike – who have worked tirelessly and to very high standards to give us a Town Hall fit for the demands made on a council in the 21st century” – Counsellor Vicky Howes
Project – Maidenhead Town Hall
Location – St Ives Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 1RF
Building Use – Local Council
Client – Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead
Products Used – Monaframe externally beaded aluminium casement windows and Sapa aluminium commercial entrance doors
Value – £400,000 + VAT