Twinfix panel system was the “cherry on the cake” at Wigan Wallgate Historic railway station gets a stunning new entrance canopy. An innovative modular rooflight system that can be installed in a fraction of the time of traditional split-bar glazing systems and is also non-fragile was the “cherry on the cake” for the refurbishment of… Read More »
We recently reglazed the porte cochere at Victoria Station using our aluminium-framed Multi-Link-Panel fitted with our Georgian wired polycarbonate glazing. This virtually unbreakable glazing mimics the traditional Georgian wired glass that would have been fitted to the three roofing areas when it was first built, but it has all the many benefits of polycarbonate, as… Read More »
For over twenty years we have been supplying our Multi-Link-Panel roof glazing products into railway stations across the UK. These products are incredibly quick to install so are a popular choice for rail installation that usually relies on limited possession times. Recently we refurbished the roof of the Porte Cochere at Victoria Station in London… Read More »
We are delighted to have worked alongside BAM Nuttall Ltd on the recent refurbishment of Lewes station roof in East Sussex, providing them with our lightweight, quick to fit, Georgian wired polycarbonate Multi-Link non-fragile rooflights. I visited Lewes Station on a fairly cold April day for our initial site visit to review the roof. Looking… Read More »
We are absolutely delighted to have been nominated for the Most Interesting Innovation award at the RailExec Gala Most Interesting Awards 2016. We share the nomination with Story Contracting and Arup for our collaborative work on the refurbishment of the roof at Stirling Station. Nominations for the awards are chosen from those articles in Rail… Read More »
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… Read More »
The latest copy of Connect – the Twinfix newsletter – is now available to read here: Twinfix Newsletter 2016 If you’d prefer a physical copy please just get in touch by phone on 01925 811311 or through the website using our Contact Us page and we’ll get one out to you. Happy reading!