CDW helps with significant school refurb
Aluminium fabricator, CDW Systems, has helped customer Total Aluminium Systems with a school project that required more than 200 windows.
The Taunton-based installer and fabricator needed 207 windows for a refurbishment project at Wadham School in Crewkerne, Somerset.
With additional students and staff joining the school at the beginning of the academic year last September, the school decided on the programme to replace its windows. Total Aluminium was tasked with carrying out the installation with minimum disruption to students.
Total Aluminium Systems, which has worked with CDW Systems for more than five years, chose Technal Dualframe windows for the project.
Daniel Sparks, Total Aluminium Systems’ director, said: “We needed a durable, high use window for the Wadham refurbishment project and Dualframe was the perfect window solution.
“We had six months to complete the project and we had around 10 deliveries split into phases over three blocks, which CDW was a great help with.”
The family run company, which operates mainly in the South West, has more than 25 years’ experience and predominantly works on commercial projects, including new build and refurbishment.
And, according to Daniel, CDW Systems has proved the perfect manufacturer and supplier: “The relationship is good for us due to the reliability of CDW and its ability to supply larger quantities with decent lead times.”
Jeremy Phillips, CDW Systems’ group chairman, said: “Technal Dualframe windows were a reliable, cost effective, robust solution and Total Aluminium has done a fantastic job on Wadham School.
“We have always been committed to being far more than a trade supplier; like all our customers, Total Aluminium is a valued partner, and we were delighted to supply them with top quality products and the support they needed.”