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EightyFen, 80 Fenchurch Street

Client
YardNine

Architect
tp bennett

Contractor
Skanska

Sector
Commercial

Location
London, EC3

Value
£103k

Service Delivered

Manufacture and installation of over 1,000 ShadeTech RBL-C Roller Blinds throughout all 14 floors of the building.

Hailed as a ‘refreshing alternative to traditional city towers’, the development of 80 Fenchurch Street by developers YardNine provides approximately 240,000sqft of office space and 12,250sqft of retail space. The building features a limestone facade with a striking pattern of projecting and recessing windows.

The requirements

Waverley were pleased to work with architects tp bennett at the specification stage, taking their designs and working with them to turn them into workable proposals. Our unique position as a manufacturer that sees the project through to installation, ensures we control the whole process from design to delivery – reducing risk and reliance on third parties.

Our solution

We put forward our ShadeTech RBL-C Chain Operated Roller Blind with our BetaScreen 70 screen fabric, with 3% openness for use throughout the building. With a limited lifetime warranty and a reputation for longevity in commercial settings, RBL-C was the roller blind of choice for all 14 floors of EightyFen, with over 1,000 blinds being installed throughout the development. BetaScreen 70 is a PVC coated fibreglass fabric that is LEED compliant, and Greenguard certified.

Above: ShadeTech RBL-C Roller Blinds with BetaScreen 70 fabric, installed on site.

The project was a prime example of Waverley’s ability to manufacture and install a large number of products throughout a flagship project, on time and snag-free. We’re proud to have played a small but important part in what is perhaps one of London’s most attractive office locations.

Additional reading

 

  • ShadeTech RBL-C Chain Operated Roller Blind

  • BetaScreen® 70 Blind Fabric

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