Colt Spain has installed Coltlite natural ventilators into the façades of the historic buildings at the University of Deusto.
The new high school in Retz welcomed almost 800 pupils in the first intake after opening in September 2013. The school currently accommodates 850 students, but can be expanded to accept 1,000.
The Harkins Building, which was officially opened in 2013, provides new facilities for performing arts, information technology, music, social sciences and a library.
Colt supplied hand controlled Coltlite natural glazed ventilators in the main façade of this new purpose-built teaching space within the New Cross campus of the University of London.
Colt provided a Shadoglass external glazed solar shading system incorporating 190 controllable vertical glass panels.
Colt has provided a smoke clearance system, with Coltlite and Seefire ventilators to provide both day to day and smoke ventilation.
The construction of the landmark Paul O'Gorman Building at the University of Newcastle building means 120 staff can work together in the same location for the first time in state-of-the-art laboratories.
The Convention Centre and Plaza Area at the Singapore Polytechnic required a complete smoke and natural ventilation system. Colt equipment is suitable for a vast range of installations.
Louvre blades have been perforated to allow maximum natural daylight. The horizontal mullion profiles are electrically operated with a PIA drive control system.
Colt designed and installed the perforated stainless steel louvres which incorporate vertical movable louvres that shade the offices.
Colt had to overcome the problem of steel rods penetrating the rooflights. A Braat 2000 system was installed, with Braat Firelight ventilators.
Colt was asked to design a day-to day natural ventilation system, and supplied 464 Coltlite natural glazed ventilators with manual controls.
Working with the design team, Colt manufactured and installed a combined natural smoke and weathered day to day ventilation scheme for the new school...
This project involved the design and installation of 1700m² laminated and printed bespoke Shadoglass glass louvres worth over EUR 1 million.