record is proud to be part of the following educational redevelopments in Manchester:
The world-famous Jodrell Bank Observatory in Cheshire where the Lovell Telescope has stood proudly over the Cheshire Plain since its completion in 1957 and Tameside One, home to Tameside College’s Advanced Skills Centre which provides students with a state-of-the-art learning environment.
At Jodrell Bank Observatory, a place of learning, teaching and research for the many engineers, astronomers and students, record has supplied and installed a new K41 fully automatic four-leaf revolving door to the main reception area of the SKA building. Constructed from glass to provide a modern, minimalistic look to suit the facility, it allows all staff and visitors to pass through the turnstiles safely and easily before they automatically rotate back to a standstill to conserve energy.
Not far away at Tameside One, record’s THERMCORD RC 2 security doors have been installed to all main entrances of this multi-use site. As well as providing enhanced burglar resistance, the doors also contain efficient, thermal energy–saving properties, to help reduce heating and air-conditioning costs.