Project: CANADA GARDENS, WEMBLEY PARK
More than 2,700 windows and doors and specialist curtain walling measuring around 5,000 square metres, was designed, manufactured and installed by Everglade Windows as part of the £215m Canada Gardens development at Wembley Park in London.
A total of 743 new build-to-rent homes make up the flagship development, which forms part of a wider project spanning 85 acres.
Developer Quintain awarded its largest ever construction contract to Sisk – marking their ninth project together.
As part of the scheme, Everglade Windows clinched the contract for windows, doors, high performance glass curtain walling and specialist rainscreen cladding at Canada Gardens – the flagship residential development at Wembley Park.
Seven buildings, ranging from 12 to 26 storeys, have been dubbed by designers as the ‘brightest new star of the capital.’
Canada Gardens sits on the edge of a newly-created 3 acre public park with beautiful water ponds. Other points of interest include a sky garden, a residential terrace on the 26th floor, podium-level communal gardens, shopping and entertainment.
Jayesh Hirani, Director at Everglade Windows, says: “It has been extremely rewarding to be involved in the Canada Gardens development, which forms part of the Wembley Park regeneration scheme.
“We were delighted to win this contract and our partnership with developer Quintain and construction contractor, Sisk, continues to grow.
“Each individually-designed building combines traditional and modern materials and designers at Everglade Windows worked hard to create the right aesthetics for Canada Gardens.
“Maximising space and light were two important factors, and that’s why our curtain walling worked so perfectly.”
Aluminium windows and doors were designed and supplied to the site, which is made up of private and discounted market rent homes. Every apartment at the landmark scheme features a generous balcony or terrace.
Everglade Windows organised precise delivery to transport its specialist glazing and cladding to the busy London site.
Time critical planning and working to tight deadlines ensured the construction on Canada Gardens went smoothly.
The project is due to be completed in mid-2020.
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