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How much do offsite balustrades cost?

Posted on 13th January 2022

Based on a 10-storey building with one stair core, the offsite balustrade approach can cost around £15,000- £20,000. Offsite modular balustrades are typically purchased as a supply only product, allowing for greater cost certainty with the only variables being delivery and the assembly tasks (dependent on project programme).

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How do Light Reflectance Values (LRV) affect my handrail specification?

Posted on 5th January 2022

What are Light Reflectance Values? LRV’s are a measure of the percentage of visible and useable light that is reflected from a surface when illuminated by a light source. Measured on a scale of 0, absorbing black that reflects no light, to 100, reflecting white that reflects all light.

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How do offsite balustrades save costs by 30%?

Posted on 24th November 2021

Offsite balustrades are commonly installed to precast concrete stairs before they reach site. Using cast in fixing sockets in the stair mould, the pre-assembled balustrades are installed to the stairs before they are craned into the stairwell.

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Baltic Business Quarter MSCP Underway for Konnekt®

Posted on 8th November 2021

Konnekt are making great progress at the Baltic Business Quarter MSCP in Gateshead, providing a galvanised steel modular vertical bar balustrade system.

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Modular Balustrades for Smithfield MSCP

Posted on 11th October 2021

Konnekt’s K100 installation to 3 internal stair cores at Smithfield MSCP in Stoke-on-Trent is underway.

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