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01

Viking House

Durability, safety and aesthetics needed to work together for the Viking House project. With the refurbishment nestled among conventionally built brick buildings there was a need for a contemporary look that mirrored the local vernacular.

02

30 Station Road

Home to the new Apple research base in Cambridge, only MechSlip could harmonise with the old local brick vernacular and contrast it with a stone finish front to create a striking building that is fit for its surroundings in the heart of the this UK tech region.

03

The Glass Works

Spanning more than 23,600 square feet, The Glass Works needed a cladding system which was easy-to-install and lightweight, while delivering that all-aesthetic appeal. MechSlip was able to deliver that. Designed with the needs of installers front of mind, convenience and ease-of-use are very much watchwords for the system.

04

University House Business School

For an extension of this grade II listed building, Mechslip was chosen because it offered a mechanically fixed lightweight cladding system that suited the proposed method of construction, whilst also allowing the specific waterstruck brick type and English Garden Wall bond pattern dictated by the strict planning approval requirements to be easily achieved without compromise.

05

Hope Street

Hope Street is an apartment complex situated in the heart of Liverpool, serving as accommodation for the cities three main universities. The development comprises four blocks, ranging from four to nine stories in height and arranged in a grid pattern around an open-air courtyard. In total, Hope Street contains 345 individual student residences.

06

Castle Park View

At 98m tall, Bristol’s newest and tallest building needed the right solution for a development the size and scale of Castle Park View. MechSlip offers a peace of mind due to its stringent testing in real world environments, combining safety, aesthetic appeal and ease-of-install, while, crucially, being specifiable at height.