Laidlaw designs play critical role in Battersea Power Station redevelopment

Laidlaw has played a key role in the delivery of the landmark Battersea Power Station development in London, designing and manufacturing £2 million of specially made architectural ironmongery.

Laidlaw’s Major Projects, a specialist division that has a proven track record of successfully completing work on landmark projects, designed and manufactured a number of bespoke products, including entrance handle and plate sets, internal apartment lever handle sets, thumb turns, flush pull handle sets and hinges for the prestigious development.

More than 80% of the products were manufactured in the UK, using specially produced dies and castings and all products were hand-finished in a bronze that was developed specifically for the Battersea Power Station project.

Managing Director Peter O'Brien said the team paid particular attention to combining complete security and durability with high-end design, which was a priority for the Battersea Power Station Development Company.

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