JET COX SHINES ON LADY MARGARET SCHOOL

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06 Oct JET COX SHINES ON LADY MARGARET SCHOOL

Established almost a century ago, the Lady Margaret School in West London continues to serve the community and has recently been expanded, with over two dozen rooflights of different types from the Jet Cox range bringing natural daylight to the teaching spaces.

Lady Margaret’s is a Church of England academy for girls aged 11-18 situated in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. The school has a roll call of 725, of whom 215 are in the sixth form, while the stimulating environment is considered to contribute to the establishment’s record of success. Set in attractive grounds, the academy comprises three Georgian listed buildings – to which family owned construction firm, Osborne has added a fourth, modern structure.

Rooflight manufacturer, Jet Cox supplied 28 Cox Glasslights to Anglian Architectural – the specialist sub-contractor carrying out the installation on behalf of Osborne – 10 of which feature rain or temperature sensors. These raise the unit if the occupied space becomes too hot, and close them if rain starts to fall. The flat roof’s high performance felt waterproofing system is dressed up the kerb to each rooflight to ensure their weather-tightness.

Additionally, though, these rooflights have been designed in-house by the JET Group research and development team to offer acoustic properties suitable for even the most noise polluted areas; the double glazed insulated glass units providing impressive external noise reduction of up to 39dB.