Projects: Education

  • The Scribble - Goldsmith's College

    • The Scribble - Goldsmith's College
      The Scribble - Goldsmith's College The Scribble - Goldsmith's College
      The Scribble - Goldsmith's College The Scribble - Goldsmith's College
      Client Goldsmith's College
      Type of work: Steel Box-Section Roof Artwork
      Main Contractor: ISG Interior Exterior
      Architect: Alsop & Partners

      The scribble is a unique feature artwork installation on the roof of the Ben Pimlott building of Goldsmith's College in London. The structure is fabricated from over 500m of mild steel box-section with a high quality and highly durable acrylic polysiloxane paint coating.

      CMF Ltd are well equipped to aid designers and architects in the development and realisation of such bespoke items that add a unique aesthetic value to any project.

  • Swanlea School - Whitechapel

    • Swanlea School - Whitechapel
      Swanlea School - Whitechapel Swanlea School - Whitechapel
      Swanlea School - Whitechapel Swanlea School - Whitechapel
      Client Swanlea School - Whitechapel
      Type of work: Structural Steelwork
      Main Contractor: Trafalgar House Construction
      Architect: Percy Thomas Partnership

      At CMF we have a wealth of experience in specialist steel structures and the particular design and engineering requirements that are needed. As such we designed, manufactured and installed a series of curved, tubular, tapering mast structures and supporting framework as the supporting structure to the glazed street extension of the Swanlea School in Whitechapel.

      This work achieved recognition from the British Constructional Steelwork Association Ltd and we were presented with a Structural Steel Design Award.

  • Royal Academy of Arts

    • Royal Academy of Arts
      Royal Academy of Arts Royal Academy of Arts
      Royal Academy of Arts Royal Academy of Arts
      Client Royal Academy of Arts
      Type of work: Strucural Steelwork and Architectural Metalwork
      Main Contractor: Bovis Construction
      Architect: Foster & Partners

      CMF Ltd provided the design, manufacture and installation of the exposed roof steelwork and architectural staircase to the Sackler Galleries of the Royal Academy of Arts during its refurbishment. The staircase is comprised of painted mild steel base structure with structural glass balustrade and treads, and stainless steel handrail.

      In recognition of our efficiency, cost effectiveness, aesthetics and design innovation on this project we were presented with a Structural Steel Design Award from the British Constructional Steel Association Ltd.

  • Royal Festival Hall

    • Royal Festival Hall
      Royal Festival Hall Royal Festival Hall
      Royal Festival Hall
      Client Royal Festival Hall
      Type of work: Glass Lift Shafts
      Main Contractor: ISG Interior Exterior
      Architect: Allies & Morrison

      The Royal Festival Hall is a concert, dance and talks venue within the Southbank Centre,  situated on the South Bank of the River Thames in central London. With a seating capacity of nearly 3000, the venue is run by the Arts Council and is home to the London Philharmonic Orchestra. It is a Grade I listed building and as such any alterations to the structure and aesthetic of the building are subject to the strictest guidelines.

      During the recent refurbishment of the Royal Festival Hall, CMF were responsible for the design, manufacture and installation of two glass lift shafts. One within the main lobby of the building and one externally at the rear of the theatre providing disabled access.

      They are both scenic lift shafts comprised of specially designed bespoke aluminium extruded sections and structurally bonded glass. There is also a patterned glass enclosure to the lift motor room on the roof.

       

  • Imperial College

    • Imperial College
      Imperial College Imperial College
      Client Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
      Type of work: Structural Steelwork
      Main Contractor: Exterior International Plc
      Architect: Foster & Partners

      The Imperial College Faculty Building is the new home of the college's key administrative staff, houses 4 levels of office accommodation, and is part of a wider improvement plan for Dalby Court in the heart of the campus.

      CMF are responsible for the design, manufacture and installation of the 90m long architectural ramp structure which leads up to the deck area and entrance to the building. The ramp includes "monolithic" balustrades, 115t of structural steel supporting the deck and building balustrades. Among the environmentally conscious elements of the project is the composit of recycled timber and plastic used to surface the deck.

 


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