Recent Projects UEA Enterprise Centre

UEA Enterprise Centre

Client:
University of East Anglia

Architect:
Private - University

Location:
University of East Anglia, Norwich

Date:
07 / 2016

Scope of project:

Kingston Joinery won high praise for its work in providing the full glazing package for the £11.6m Enterprise Centre at the University of East Anglia, a development which has now been recognised as the UK's greenest commercial building.

Being selected for such a prestigious project ‐ a national first in terms of ensuring the highest levels of energy efficiency ‐ is a great example of how Kingston Joinery has not only established a reputation for the highest quality of work ‐ but provided clear evidence of it too.

Our Role and Expertise:

Kingston Joinery committed to meeting the rigorous requirements of Passivhaus, as well as BREEAM 'outstanding' ratings of energy efficiency when selected by contractor Morgan Sindall.

Our team worked on the project for around 6 months as we supplied and installed high performance timber/aluminium composite windows, manufactured by ProTec windows of Denmark.

We also installed high performance doors supplied by Raico, external timber Larch feature wall fins, aluminium louvres, a feature glass entrance lobby, internal European Redwood timber window reveal liners to match the windows, and associated aluminium flashings

UEA Enterprise Centre
UEA Enterprise Centre
UEA Enterprise Centre
"As contractors working on building projects from small to large, we know we can rely on Kingston Joinery’s expertise and experience to deliver a top-class service from design and manufacture to installation and completion. We would have no hesitation in recommending them to other businesses."
"Kingston Joinery are a company major contractors know they can turn to with complete confidence to provide a full project solution. From initial plans to completion and handover, their dedication, reliability and quality ensures customers return for joinery services knowing their expectations will be met."