Senior expands its work in the capital
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Senior expands its work in the capital

By increasing its UK manufacturing capacity and building on its strong partnerships within the supply chain, Senior Architectural Systems has seen an increase in work secured across London and the South East.

The UK’s largest privately owned aluminium fenestration systems manufacturer has recently invested in both its manufacturing and storage facilities to increase production and better meet demand for its thermally-efficient and Part L compliant aluminium windows, doors and curtain walling. As a nationwide supplier, Senior is taking on larger and more complex jobs, including several mixed-use developments in London.

Royal Arsenal Riverside residential development in Woolwich

One recent project that Senior provided the full aluminium fenestration package for is the Royal Arsenal Riverside residential development in Woolwich, with the manufacturer working alongside supply chain partner Soundcraft for Berkeley Homes. Senior’s products were also installed by Soundcraft on Berkeley Homes’ large scale mixed use Kidbrooke Village scheme in Greenwich.

Kidbrooke Village scheme in Greenwich

Senior’s growing presence in the London market has seen the manufacturer supply its aluminium fenestration products for both large contracts and smaller bespoke applications, such as the new Lidl store at The Waterline development, formerly known as Minavil House, in Alperton. Here Senior’s thermally-enhanced SF52 aluminium curtain wall system has been used to create the stylish façade design which incorporates feature fins and sloped glazing elements.

Lidl store at The Waterline development

Working on a bigger scale, Senior is currently involved in a new mixed-used regeneration scheme which is being developed on the former Homebase and B & Q retail site on Swandon Way in Wandsworth. This complex contract for Vistry Partnerships, which is currently on site, has required Senior to provide detailed technical support to ensure that the specified products can successfully meet the required U-values and acoustic requirements. Senior is also working closely with the glazing supplier to conduct the necessary tests and meet the strict G-values to reduce overheating and solar gain across the multi-storey, residential led mixed use development.

As part of Senior’s commitment to providing specification support to its customers on a regional level, the company’s team of architectural advisors is on hand to provide assistance both on and off site.

For more information about Senior’s work in London and the South East, or to discuss your individual project’s fenestration requirements, please contact Jon Molton on 07843817490 or via email at

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