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Oak Handrails London

Haldane UK has completed a prestigious project manufacturing and fitting superior quality timber handrails in 12 houses at Acacia Road, London. The houses are valued at anything between £1.6 and £3 million.

Haldane UK manufactured and installed 150 linear metres of American white oak handrails throughout the properties, featuring 78 linear metres of spirals, and 112 wreaths and 12 finished ends for that extra touch of quality. The overall value of the handrails is £67, 500.

Handrails for London Office

Haldane Ltd manufacturer of specialist wooden glazing beads and handrails, has completed one of its most prestigious contracts, 400 linear metres of solid maple handrails in Globe House, the UK headquarters of British American Tobacco in London.

The handrail is pitched at 30° and therefore there are no less than 221 complex bends, which have all been made in one piece. Haldane completed the major contract to design, manufacture and install the maple handrails in just 8 weeks for the project's main contractor, Tarmac Construction.

Handrails for Bar in Covent Garden London

Haldane UK Ltd, the U.K.'s leading wooden architectural products manufacturers, has completed the design, production and installation of a series of stunning ash handrails at Henry's Bar in London's Covent Garden.

The handrails provide the perfect finishing touch to this quality refurbishment project to create the latest theme bar for Grenall's Pubs and Restaurants Haldane Director, Forrester Adam, said, "The project required Haldane to produce and install a profiled Ash handrail, 125mm x 50mm, with spirals and gooseneck turns.

Bespoke Glazing Beads for Hampden Stadium

Haldane UK Ltd, manufacturers of specialist wooden handrails and glazing beads, has scored a golden goal in winning a significant contract to supply custom designed glazing beads for over 350 doors in the major redevelopment of Scotland's national football stadium, Hampden Park.

Fife based, Haldane has experienced record growth levels in designing, supplying and installing its range of specialist wood products, which also includes customised handrails, to become the market leader in the UK.

Rennie Mackintosh Glazing Beads

The superb quality of Haldane UK's intricate glass beading has brought recognition from the international marketplace.

The Scottish based company has won the contract to suplly glazing beads with a Charles Rennie Mackintosh design to Portuguese door manufacturers, Vicaima, for a prestigious project in London's Docklands.

The European company had previously used beading from a German supplier but company spokesman, Steve Hughes, said Haldane had met their need in a very demanding situation.

Obeche Handrails for Cruiseship

Haldane UK Ltd., the specialist handrail and glazing bead manufacturer, has completed a prestigious contract for the refurbishment of handrails in the Odessa Sky, a Croatian ferry docked in Bremerhaven, Germany.

The contract to manufacture, supply and install over 750m of Obeche profiled handrails has only been one of a number of sizable European projects that Haldane UK has demonstrated its market leading capabilities.

Maple Handrails for British Embassy in Moscow

It could be a scene straight out of a spy thriller.

A mysterious sealed cargo is shipped to Moscow as diplomatic baggage, then X-rayed when it arrives to check for bugs.

Then it's on to the heart of the city and its final destination at the British Embassy, where the precious freight is carefully unloaded by security-vetted staff.

It may sound like the opening sequence of a James Bond movie - but in fact it's the arrival of 155 linear metres of elegant maple handrails, made by a local firm of specialist manufacturers.

Beech Handrails for London University

Haldane has manufactured and installed over 200 linear metres of 50mm diameter steamed beech handrails at  the London South Bank University.

The 9 storey development forms part of a major redevelopment for the establishment which recently achieved University status and has undertaken a complete rebranding exercise.

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