We are very proud of our work at Stirling station that saw the original glass roof glazing being replaced with our Multi-Link-Panel Non-Fragile glazed with Georgian wired effect polycarbonate. We worked with Story Contracting to replace some 2,800 square metres of failed Georgian wired glass in the many complicated overhead canopies at Stirling Station. The roof looks fantastic and still looks in keeping with the station but as the Georgian wired polycarbonate is virtually unbreakable it will stand the test of time.
The Framing system for the Georgian wired effect polycarbonate was our Multi-Link-Panel NF which is classified as Non-Fragile to the ACR[M]001:2014 Drop Test for Roofing Assemblies. Also fitted into our glazing panel were 174 Twinfix Access Panels that enable personnel to undertake maintenance work to be carried out by personnel working safely from below, rather than above, the glazing. These panels were developed by Twinfix at the specific request of Network Rail and are proving to be very popular in station refurbishment projects.
We are proud to have worked with Story Contracting on this traditional station which now looks as good as new again and ready for another busy 100 years!
Read the full story here: Stirling Station Case Study