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SILL LINE ELEMENT FINDS A NEW USE!

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Our distributor Gunning Heating Products has found an unusual new use for a heater element.

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Warwick University Design Challenge

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New Aviva Stadium Dublin

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Royal College of Radiologists

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63 Lincoln’s Inn Fields
Designed by William Simmons and built in 1880, it was one of the first concrete buildings in London. Its flat roof was a new design feature, of which Simmons was a great enthusiast. It has a substantial forecourt, a large basement, a ground floor and six upper floors. The main elevation is clad in yellow sandstone. Neighbours in the Square include the Royal College of Surgeons of England, the London School of Economics, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, Sir John Soane’s museum and the Inns of Court itself.

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