Project1930s Grade II listed Crittall Window refurbishment
ProductCrittall Corporate W20

A prestigious refurbishment contract in Manchester illustrates the appeal of Crittall Steel windows across different sectors.

The Redfern building dates from 1936 when it was built for the Co-Operative Wholesale Society.  Contractor Russells has upgraded the 60,000sq ft, six storey, brick-clad building originally designed by WA Johnson and JW Cropper and described as being in the Dutch brick modernism style.

Crittall W20 windows were specified to replace the original steel fenestration, the new windows boasting frames even more slender than what had been, installed originally, thereby allowing more daylight to enter the offices and new retail units in the prestige building.

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