Neaco have secured another major balustrade specification with the supply of terrace and balcony balustrade at Bridgewater Point, a 220-unit apartment and townhouse development in Salford.
Developer and contractor, Beaumont Morgan, appointed Bowman Riley Architects to design the project which represents an outstanding new addition to Manchester’s skyline. Beaumont Morgan are working with Fortis Developments on the scheme, which is being constructed over a 78-week build period and is due for completion in Q3 2018. A five-storey building and a seven-storey building are connected at level one with a podium deck incorporating shared open space and gardens to the town houses. The upper floors are set back from the main elevation and have a perimeter balcony. Neaco’s aluminium powder coated balustrade with glass infill panels surrounds the perimeter balcony and roof terrace. The system has also been used on a range of lower floor balconies. The buildings are taking shape and the latest stunning drone footage can be seen here.
Bridgewater Point has been designed to meet the needs of private investors and tenants in Salford’s booming rental market. The development offers a mixture of studios and one, two and three bedroom apartments alongside large, beautiful townhouses. Residents will also enjoy the use of a fully equipped on-site gym, bike storage facilities, allocated parking and a communal garden.
Bridgewater Point is the latest in a series of high-profile apartment developments to choose Neaco’s contemporary balustrade and balcony systems. Also ongoing is Castle View in Windsor, a £25 million scheme from Castle Retirement Living Ltd which features 130 independent lifestyle apartments for the over 55s. Set within three acres of landscaped grounds, the development enjoys stunning views of the Queen’s royal residence at Windsor Castle.
Neaco’s balustrade and balconies are renowned for a combination of aesthetic versatility, low-maintenance durability and fast installation based on a modular construction that requires no welding. All components are connected internally for a smooth finish with no unsightly external screws. Neaco’s aluminium balustrade is supplied powder coated in a range of solid and metallic colours. Infill options include glass panels, tension wire, rails, mesh and perforated panels. We also offer a stainless steel system with a similar range of infill options. Our product range also includes aluminium open grilles and adaptive bathing facilities.