Most educational institutions in the UK have been built to cater for a variety of mixed uses.
A complex can comprise lecture theatres, halls of residence, kitchens and refractories, as well as laboratories and sports facilities. Each site may contain a different requirement for architectural metal and glasswork, whether that be using stainless steel in the kitchens for its hygienic cleanliness or installing bespoke glass staircases to help navigate the different levels of a complex building.
Students want to be educated in the best available facilities and with so many higher education institutions to choose from, it is imperative that the internal and external features of the university reflect the positive learning environment that students are looking for.
Below are some areas where we have helped education facilities meet aesthetic demands and comply with building regulations by installing bespoke architectural metal and glasswork.