Clear Line Top Level Management Attend the CWCT Conference

shutterstock_143005282The Centre for Window and Cladding Technology was founded in 1989 and is now supported by over 280 industry member companies. The Centre is based at the University of Bath where most events and courses are held. The most recent CWCT conference was actually held in Greater London.


On the 1st October 2013 two of our Directcwctors and two of our Project Managers attended the conference. It took the form of a large case study outlining a project at Guys Hospital, London from concept to completion. relevant domains Key note speakers included those who were part of the works, members from Arup, Permasteelisa and See Brilliance.

It was a chance to meet significant personnel in the indsutry as well as getting our name out there.

Clear Line Wins Contract for Lend Lease at the Olympic Athlete’s Village

Athletes-AerialAs part of the London Olympic 2012 Legacy the East Athletes Village will be developed into a small community which include; two new schools, 1.9 million square feet of retail and entertainment areas, 22 miles of cycling tracks and footpaths, along with five world class sporting venues and much more. To complete the long term vision for the site Lend Lease has been awarded the contract to develop the East Village into approximately 1,350 affordable homes.

Athletes-Village-2_London-2012-600x395Clear Line has been awarded the Facade Refurbishment element of this task. We started on site on 12th September 2013 undergoing the initial survey for the works to be carried out, with the aim to be on site completing works from the 1st October 2013. tcaps cloud . We are looking forward to working closely with Lend Lease to deliver this project for 2014.

Please take a look at our case studies for more projects we have been involved with.


Clear Line are Awarded Prestigious Refurb of the Business Desgin Centre

BDCThe Business Deisgn Centre was built in the 1860s and is now a grade 2 listed building. It has been many things over the years including the Royal Agricultural Hall, or rather ‘The Aggie’ to the locals, as well as a parcel distribution office during WWII, and now stands as the Business Design Centre holding exhibitions throughout the year from graduate fairs and career fairs to media design conferences.


BDC1Clear Line have been contracted to refurbish the gable ends of the iconic dome roof. The building will be tenanted throughout the duration of the works, which have recently started on site. The scaffold has been erected and the materials have arrived, and replacement works can commence.