Following the success of its bespoke façade solutions, Wicona has launched a range of technically advanced and high performance aluminium curtain walling, window and door systems in Ireland for a comprehensive range of applications. The systems deliver high specification performance for complex projects and are engineered to push the boundaries of aluminium façades, whilst balancing cost efficiency with the latest advances in façade technology.
The range of systems includes WICTEC curtain walling, WICLINE windows, WICSTYLE heavy duty doors, all with the option of the highest security technology.
This initiative allows Wicona to offer both standardised systems and bespoke solutions in Ireland, supported by the in-house expertise of its technical team who will work with specifiers and contractors to develop applications from the first sketch to final installation and handover. The Wicona team will also assist with the production of 3D technical drawings, fabrication detailing, and cost calculations for estimating. Wicona systems are installed by its national network of highly trained and approved fabricators and installers.
Commenting on this latest development, Ian Smith, Senior Manager for Wicona, said, “The addition of such a full range of profile systems enables us to offer specifiers in Ireland an even wider choice of high performance façade products, to make more ideas a reality. Wicona is a market-leading brand across Europe and uses advanced German engineering which we can combine with unrivalled technical support and a network of fabricators here in Ireland.”
Applications of Wicona façade solutions in Ireland include the award-winning Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport, which was designed by Pascal & Watson and features WICTEC 50 curtain walling, and the headquarters for the Commissioner of Irish Lights in Dun Laoghaire where architects Scott Tallon Walker used the WICTEC 50 unitised curtain walling system.