Set to be manufactured and installed over the school holidays to have minimal impact on teachers and students, CVD Commercial Glass and Aluminium Windows was required to procure all materials prior to the end of year to ensure the deadline was met.
The curtain wall was manufactured by Capral Aluminium with Breezway Altair Louvre Windows installed using the Stronghold System with bright coloured backed glass and clear laminated viewing panels. By incorporating the Breezway Stronghold System into the design, this provided additional strength and safety where the louvre blades are mechanically held in place and retained using a pin system. This complies with Fall Prevention Standards. Blades can be opened to allow abundant fresh air into the building to naturally ventilate education spaces and keep children and teachers mentally stimulated.
The laminated glass installed was 10.38 clear laminated to meet Australian Standards and all colour backed glass was heat strengthened to ensure there was no potential for spontaneous combustion of toughened panels in the future.
CVD Commercial Glass and Aluminium Windows Pty Ltd has the ability to turn over large scale projects in the shortest periods of time due to their committed tradesmen and with the assistance of all suppliers.
This project was executed perfectly by Meridian Construction Services and CVD Commercial Glass and Aluminium completing the project on time for the restart of the school year.
Client – Howayek Providence Limited Trading as Maronite College of the Holy Family – Parramatta
Project Management – Impact Group
Fabricator – CVD Commercial Glass and Aluminium Windows
Builder – Meridian Construction Services
Architect – Leaf Architecture
Glass – Watson Glass
Powder coat – Dulux and AAF
Photography – West End Media