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Case Study - Westhill Community Church

21 June 2018 | Case Studies
Westhill Community Church

"We specified FAKRO products because of the excellent technical support and the option to specify matching zinc flashings."

Mark Dysart / McLean Architects

westhill community church

westhill community church

westhill community church

Products included electrically operated FTP-V U3 windows with a rain sensor, specially constructed EFW Kerb Upstands were made to enhance the internal light with combination flashings, FAKSV17 Smoke Vent windows, wall switches and remote controls.

The wider project involved the construction of a cafe space and multi-use community hall on a green field site in Westhill, Aberdeenshire. The building was designed around a central sanctuary with ‘glulam’ structure. Also high levels of insulation were installed to minimise heat loss throughout the building which, when combined with the climate controlling functionality of the roof windows, fills the building not only with natural light but with fresh air too, all perfectly managed by the use of rain sensors.

Project Architect Mark Dysart of McLean Architects Ltd commented, “We specified FAKRO products because of the excellent technical support and the option to specify matching zinc flashings. These were crucial to achieve a fully co-ordinated appearance”. 

Architect: McLean Architects
Contractor: Kier Construction
QS: McCue & Porter 
Structural: Cameron & Ross 
M&E: Hutcheon Services 
Photography: Nigel Rigden

McLean Architects can be contacted on
0141 353 2040 and at: mcleanarchitects.co.uk.

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