Wrightstyle design, test and supply a complete range of high quality, high specification, specialist steel and glass systems. Our systems are designed as a cost effective solution for special applications, and are backed up by an extensive testing and development programme.
Estimating the cost of a project is often more about precisely calculating the level of safety that is required. That’s the job of Pete Hammond, our senior estimator, who is expert at determining the performance characteristics of our advanced glazing systems against different threat levels.
It means, for example, calculating the likely blast loading from various levels of attack at different stand-off distances.
Wrightstyle is completing work on six Crossrail stations, reflecting our expertise in railway fire safety in stations, with other recent completions across the UK, Dubai and Hong Kong. The fire safety measures being installed on the Elizabeth Line are state-of-the-art, reflecting modern fire safety regulations and advances in building materials – including our own fire systems.
60 minutes fire protection for windows overlooking new airport facility hangar. A new training centre project at Gloucestershire airport. Fixed windows giving 60 minutes of fire protection to the new offices overlooking the aircraft hangar.
Wrightstyle has completed work at the refurbished offices of WS Swift, which provides domestic and commercial heating services and design development in building services engineering. A range of fire resistant glazing was manufactured and installed, including their unlatched fully glazed fire doors.
Wrightstyle has recently completed three elevations of structurally-glazed curtain walling measuring over 50 metres in length as part of recent work on the eastern ticket hall of Crossrail's Farringdon station.