Lone Star Constructions was engaged to construct this seven-storey apartment block in Rosebery, NSW.
A key feature of the architectural plan was the construction of a seven-storey glass and timber section designed to provide 75% ventilation using fixed windows through the foyer area of each floor.
The plans did not specify any branded products or individual solutions to achieve the desired outcome, so Lone Star had to research and source products to meet the criteria specified by Council through the DA process.
After researching the market Lone Star invited Safetyline Jalousie’s NSW Business Manager to meet with the construction team on site with a louvre window sample. Armed with the brief and budget, Safetyline Jalousie, in collaboration with the client and certifier, was able to come up with the perfect solution.
The primary reason Safetyline Jalousie fit the bill on this project was that they comply with balustrade requirements. The builder was also particularly impressed with the timelines that Safetyline Jalousie could work within. Compared to other window companies, he felt that as a supplier of louvre windows only, Safetyline Jalousie was able to fabricate and deliver without any unnecessary delays.
When asked if he would recommend Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows to other in the building industry his reply was “Definitely – yes!”
Quantity Supplied – 76
Height – 2629mm (19 Blades)
Width – 1387mm
Colour/Finish – Clear anodised
Louvres – 6mm clear toughened glass
Operation – n/a – fixed windows
Builder – Lone Star Constructions
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