Case Study: Middle Street, London
July 2021

Project Synopsis: Clement steel windows chosen for City of London refurbishment project

Clement steel windows were chosen for the refurbishment of this double-fronted office building set within a busy part of the City of London near Smithfield Market. Surrounded by narrow cobbled streets it is situated on the boundary of the Smithfield Conservation Area.

Blenheim House Construction (BHC) selected windows from the Clement EB24 range because they best suited the original look of the building and allowed for the maximum amount of light to flow throughout the property. Natural light was an important aim of this high specification refurbishment – central to the building is a mezzanine which creates a dramatic light-filled double height space.

The windows are polyester powder coated in matt RAL 9005 (Jet Black) to match the frames as a finishing touch.

Matthew Brown, Project Manager at BHC, commented:

“We found Clement’s management team to be attentive, promptly addressing queries when raised and offering solutions and advice when called upon. This resulted in the windows being installed in a safe manner as per our agreed programme, and perhaps just as importantly, the client being pleased with the look of the end product.”


Site: 6 Middle Street, London, EC1A 7PH

Contractor: Blenheim House Construction, The Old Bank House, 11-13 London Street, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 8AP

Architect: Hale Brown Architects, Studio 1.04, Edinburgh House, 170 Kennington Lane, London, SE11 5DP

Specification: Clement EB24 steel window range

Colour: RAL 9005 (Jet Black) matt

Furniture: MP918SF ‘Selborne’ handles, powder coated to match frames

24 mm insulated glass units, gas filled

Clement EB24 bespoke steel windows are manufactured from hot rolled steel window sections generally in compliance with BS 6510 which are produced entirely from recycled steel source material. Hot dip zinc galvanised to EN ISO BS:1461 and with a polyester powder coat paint finish to BS:6497 or BS EN 13438.

Photography: CGS Photographers Ltd