Located just southeast of London, Addlestone is a quiet suburb of London which has many different facilities to offer.
BA Systems and Plan A architects collaborated on creating balustrades for the client. BA Systems improved balcony balustrades by extending and concealing the base trim for a seamless join with the facia.
We created a façade for the Addlestone building entrance that matched the other balcony facades.
This was a great addition to the building as it highlights where the door is and also makes the entrance look appealing.
We also installed a vertical bar balustrade system onto the brickwork that runs around the building.
The balustrading around the Addlestone building was well-tied with the balustrades on the balconies above, as they used the same system for installation.
The vertical bar balustrades were installed by drilling into the brickwork to secure these balustrades in place.
Extended Base trim
On the Balconies, we extended the base trim to create a facia along the front edge of the balcony, this eliminated the need for extra workers and saved money for the contractors as they did not need to hire extra workers to fit a facia along the balconies.
A facia for the entrance
We also added a facia to the front entrance of the building which tied in nicely with the rest of the balconies, this also made the entrance look more imposing.
Vertical bar balustrade at ground level
A vertical bar balustrade ran along the top of brickwork which ran around the building, this was installed by drilling holes into the brickwork putting the post in the hole, and filling it with concrete to make the balustrade sturdy.
Thanks for all your efforts on getting the project at Addlestone finished earlier this year, the project turned out really well, looked great and the balconies gave it a really nice finishing touch.