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Martec Engineering
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Martec Fire
Martec Fire

The company is at the forefront of the delivery of passive fire glazing systems within buildings and has accumulated a wealth of technical knowledge and expertise over the years as materials, systems, standards and regulations have progressed. Our knowledge and understanding of the way building regulations relating to fire safety specifications have developed over the years enable Martec to provide high value added solutions to many projects.

Structural Glazing

Our specialist knowledge of the structural possibilities of glass has been gained over many years working on unique bespoke projects where we have been involved from the conception, engineering and installation of glazed structures plus a variety of interior glass elements.

Steel Windows & Doors

Our window and doors all have one thing in common, with small frame ratios and large glass areas, they fulfil important architectural requirements with respect to visual elegance and transparency.

As the UK’s UPVC, timber, and aluminium markets are well supplied, Martec continues to develop as a niche specialist supplier and installer of mild steel and stainless steel windows and doors. We have accumulated a wealth of technical knowledge over the years as materials, systems, standards and regulations have progressed.

Concurrent with main contractors and local authorities we can partner with façade and curtain wall contractors to provide fire resistant systems, structural frameless glazing and steel framed windows and doors.

Our own unique secured by design certified system is complimented with our close association with all the major steel system suppliers in the market.

We are system fabricators for Schuco Jansen, Forster and RP Technik and have also developed our own unique patented profiles.

 
Client Spotlight
Motherwell College

The former Ravenscraig Steelworks in North Lanarkshire is one of the largest derelict industrial sites in Europe. Measuring approx 1,125 acres in size. Since 1992, and after many years of planning the former Ravenscraig site is currently being ‘regenerated’.

Motherwell College