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Balustrade Design Guide for Education has arrived!

Posted on 3rd August 2018

The first in a series of Balustrade Design Guides has arrived! Our Balustrade Design Guide for Education will help balustrade and handrail specifiers ensure their selected balustrade system is compliant for projects within the education sector. The guide gives direction, on regulations, loading’s, handrail heights, fixings and more, that need to be considered by Design…

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Construction Sector Deal Aligns with Delta

Posted on 16th July 2018

In 2017 Delta Balustrades vowed to reduce time spent on site during installation by 50%, with encouraging results. Changes have enabled clients to reduce their health and safety risks, improve the working environment quickly and keep programmes on time. The Governments recent publication of the Construction Sector Deal gives focus and investment to the UK’s…

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It’s a wrap!

Posted on 29th June 2018

Delta Balustrades have teamed up with media partners, Strikethrough Media, to take you inside an amazing Ice & Leisure project in London. The £28 million investment by Havering Council is set to be a catalyst for regeneration in Romford. Comprising of an eight-lane competition pool, gymnasium and first floor 56m by 26m ice rink, the…

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Balustrade Specifications for Education

Posted on 8th June 2018

The trend towards open plan layouts with greater visibility of student movement has significantly increased the use of balustrade systems within the Education Sector. Failure to ensure your balustrade system is compliant with BS6180:2011 is not only a regulatory issue, as an inadequate balustrade can create a health and safety hazard. Delta Balustrades have supplied…

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Balustrade Considerations for Leisure Facilities

Posted on 22nd May 2018

Balustrading within pool and leisure environments is more susceptible to corrosion and tea staining, which could compromise the compliance of your system. Ultimately, this could leave your project exposed to a potential health and safety risk. After being asked for advice by a main contractor, Business Development Manager, Garth Boyt, put together the following considerations…

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