Harlech Castle

X-Tend Stainless Steel mesh in a combination of 1.5mm x 40mm Mesh Width and 1.5mm x 60mm Mesh Width was used to envelope and surround the balustrade effortlessly. Wire Rope assemblies Ik400-0800 bespoke fork cable assemblies and IK300-0800 were used to form the basis of the border framework. these were attached using I835-0039 shackles to attach to bespoke manufactured steelwork …

Greenwich Reach Swing Bridge

Another Bridge project installed by Sh Structures; this project was carried out by the Depford Creek in London. Close to the Cutty Sark and docklands of the Thames, this bridge allows visitors to cross and gain access to apartments, shops and leisure activities and enjoy a stunning view. Utilising X-Tend CXE 2mm dia wire rope mesh with 60mm Mesh Width, …

Craig Park Youth Centre, Edmonton

Here Carl Stahl used a 1.5mm cable diameter x 40mm Mesh Width (MW) in a horizontal construction, to give security without being obtrusive. This gives a good, aesthetically pleasing, viewing area some much needed protection. The border was constructed out of 8mm ø wire rope and utilising Swageless (screw on) external threads and turnbuckle to tension the system. For further …

Jarrold Bridge – Norwich

Installed in October 2011 by SH Structures; X-Tend 1.5mm x 40mm mesh width was used for the balustrade application. this was attached to I-SYS cables IK400-0800 for the vertical attachment and using bespoke fork cable connections manufactured to the customers requirements along the horizontal attachments as shown below. Further detail on the project from the main contractor can be found …

Moorfields Eye Hospital

The architectural practice Penoyre and Prasad designed the award winning Childrens Eye Centre extension to Moorfields Eye Hospital in London.  Unlike many NHS projects it is an innovative, attractive and welcoming building, which fits in to its surroundings surprisingly well. Carl Stahl were employed to design, manufacture and install the cable system used on the glazed exterior as the structural …