Contractor : McLaughlin & Harvey
Location : Edinburgh, Scotland
We designed, fabricated and installed over 100 bespoke balconies at the luxury Peffermill residential development in Edinburgh.
A variety of different feature balconies and juliette balconies were designed with varying shapes and sizes. The balconies were constructed using a galvanized mild steel fully welded frame, bolted to outrigger hollow section brackets. Each balustrade featured mild steel profiled posts with a variety of different in-fills being used across the development. Some balconies featured a mesh in-filled balustrade with rectangular timber handrail and timber decking flooring, whilst other balconies featured the same design detail but featured a timber in-filled balustrade.
Structural mild steel circular hollow section support posts where used to provide extra support for certain balconies. The ‘back to back’ balconies were shaped to match the contour of the building and with all six storey’s supported by structural mild steel circular hollow section support posts. Juliette balconies were bolt fixed to the concrete block-work and featured mild steel vertical infill bars with rectangular timber handrails.
We also designed, fabricated and erected internal balustrade, which was side fixed to the concrete stair and featured a vertical bar infill. The top core rail was drilled and counter sunk to accommodate a timber handrail.