Trident House, Hayes
Project Completed: Trident House, Hayes
Set within a former office building, Trident House has been transformed to offer a mix of modern homes with high-specifications throughout to maximise on space, style and comfort. Each property has its own semi-enclosed bedroom area to distinguish from the living area, integrated kitchen appliances and a Juliette balcony. Trident House is part of a regenerative project for West London and has set a new landmark for luxury living in Hayes. The product chosen for this project was Vitrabond in a range of metallic colours. The material was supplied through Vivalda Ltd and installation was completed by Dmitro Facades.
About Trident House:
Trident House is just two minutes’ walk from Hayes & Harlington station for direct services to London Paddington in less than 20 minutes, whilst Crossrail services will commence in 2018 and will be fully operational by December 2019 for journeys towards Heathrow and Reading in the west, and Central London through to Essex in the east. For town centre amenities, the high street is just five minutes away by foot, meaning residents will be excellently located for the array of shopping, dining and leisure opportunities Hayes has to offer.
Vitrabond can be installed in a number of different ways. You can see from photos that the rivet fix method was chosen for this project. This is when a rivet is driven through the front face of the material to secure it to the building frame.
Vitrabond consists of two aluminium or other natural metal cover sheets, enclosing a fire rated or A2 core. This simple concept gives it a wide variety of advantages for both Architects and Installers. It is stable, yet readily mouldable, extremely weather resistant, and very easy to install. Well established in the market, Vitrabond is recognised by Architects, Builders and Installers as the superior composite panel cladding solution.
Hayes is a town in West London, situated 13 miles (21 km) west of Charing Cross. Historically in Middlesex, Hayes became part of the London Borough of Hillingdon in 1965. The town’s population was recorded as 95,763 in the 2011 census.
Hayes is formed of what originally were five separate villages: Botwell, Hayes Town, Hayes End, Wood End and Yeading. The name Hayes Town has come to be applied to the area around Station Road between Coldharbour Lane and Hayes & Harlington railway station, but this was historically the hamlet called Botwell. The original Hayes Town was the area to the east of St Mary’s Church, centred around Church Road, Hemmen Lane and Freeman’s Lane.
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