The Swann Structural & Architectural Steelwork (SAS) team have successfully completed a Structural Fabrication Project, which included the design, fabrication, and installation at a retirement home in St Albans. The project comprised of 12 balcony stacks and 10 Juliette balconies.
The balconies were all glazed with a stainless-steel handrail and finished with an anti-slip timber decking. The stack balconies were fitted using a tower crane and scaffold towers whilst the glazed Juliette’s were fitted using the scaffold towers and a cherry picker.
Galvanised and powder coated, the balconies were manufactured in Braintree, delivered straight to site and installed in line with the client’s expectations. Space limitations on-site and close proximity to railway lines meant the logistics had to be carefully considered and implemented with precision.
Congratulations to the SAS team on the completion of another successful project.
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The Swann Structural & Architectural Steelwork (SAS) team have successfully completed a Structural Fabrication Project, which included the design, fabrication, and […]
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