Heritage Sash Windows
TRC Windows were proud to work with John Robertson Architects on this prestigious project working on this historical late 18th century building in the heart of the square mile that makes up the City of London, with Fredreick’s Place boasting St Paul’s Cathedral as a neighbour.
The grade two listed building was designed by prominent English architect Robert Adam and was named after Sir John Frederick – a 17th century Lord Mayor of London. In its time it has housed a past prime minister and prominent business founders. It is now being transformed into a luxurious office space by John Robertson Architects on behalf of The Mercers’ Company.
TRC Windows Appointed To Replace Sash Windows
TRC Windows were brought on board to replace the sash windows to offer better thermal, weather and acoustic insulation. Because of the heritage status of the building, it was a requirement that the windows matched the existing condition of the building.
This required providing bespoke heritage sash windows, which delivered slim profile clear double glazed, low iron, hermetically sealed, safety glass units which we were able to successfully deliver. We supplied the windows with individual slim line glass units and solid sash bars that create immaculate sight lines and an air of distinction to each window. We use premium range traditional glazing methods with putty fronting to meet the attention to details and high levels of styling that were essential to this project.
John Robertson Architects needed a heritage sash windows supplier with experience and expertise on working on projects such as this. They needed a company that was able to deliver large new window quantities in set timelines which we were able to successfully provide thanks to our modern manufacturing facilities.
This project was delivered over two phases over a total of 18 months from start to finish, this included design, survey, manufacturing, delivery and installation.
The client and main contractor were very happy with the work we provided, and we are proud to have worked on this great project in such a historical setting.