*(Thumbnail Image) Ridley Hall, from Sidgwick Avenue, by Francis Frith (1822-1898) By kind permission of Cambridgeshire Archives reference 544/1/22*
Ridley Hall is an 1880s Building that has undergone several refurbishments over the years, however obtained it’s use as a Beacon of Christian Education. Following working with the main contractor and early design correspondence with Arch Angel (the architects appointed on the scheme), BA Systems were able to propose a solution for the full balustrade package.
We worked closely with the architect to offer a more bespoke design to suit the existing balustrade given that the scheme was a refurbishment project. Finally we were able to propose our solution for the full design, supply and installation of the balustrade package.
Our proposal included:
- B20 Post balustrade with glass infill, all metal components powder coated to a black RAL with 10mm thick clear toughened and heat-soaked glass infill panels mounted inline with balustrades
- B20 Post balustrade with no infill, all metal components powder coated to a black RAL
Convex Shape Handrail
BA Systems worked to offer a bespoke design in view of matching the existing design offering a convex shape handrail to top edge of the post
Balustrades powdercoated to black RAL colour
To align the design with the existing balustrades and match the windows, the balustrades were powdercoated to a black RAL colour