Royal Wharf , London

PSP Architectural were appointed to manufacture over 4,000sqm of aluminium panels which supported the sliding louvred screens for the Marco Polo and James Cook apartment towers within the Mariner’s Quarter at Royal Wharf London.
The Marco Polo and James Cook apartment towers sits on the corner of the 15ha development Royal Wharf – a new riverside neighbourhood in Newham providing 3,385 new homes, a high street offering shops and amenities, riverside bars and cafes and a new Thames Clipper pier – expertly conceived to make the most of living in the capital.
PSP Architectural manufactured the bespoke panels made from solid aluminium finished with an A2 powder coating to support the sliding louvered balcony screens.
In order to process the 4,000sqm of aluminium which was required for this project, PSP set up a linear production line in their advanced manufacturing facility in County Durham to produce the castellation cladding and this efficient process ensured consistency and accuracy of fabrication which enabled them to operate just in time principles.
PSP worked with AJE Facades to complete the project to schedule and budget.
“I hope that we can work together on the next project as the service and dedication PSP gave me during this period was a huge help in getting the project completed on time especially considering the problems COVID-19 forced on us all.”

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