Founded in 1962, Soundcraft stands firmly on a history of innovation and excellent service provision. Our reputation as industry leaders has been carefully built from each bespoke solution that we have provided for our clients.
Significant investment in recent years in people, machinery, product development and testing ensures that Soundcraft is able to compete in a number of different construction markets.
Throughout most of its history the Company has been timber and joinery orientated, producing and installing high quality doors and windows as evidenced by projects such as Falcon Wharf for Carillion and the All England Tennis Club at Wimbledon (valued at £1.6 million and £700k respectively). In addition, a million pound plus conservation window contract with Vinci, and fire door and doorset contracts for Kingston University (c£800k), Wandsworth and Kingston Councils (c£1million plus of FEDs) demonstrate the breadth of the performance areas Soundcraft’s products can cover.
However, in the mid 1990s Soundcraft began manufacturing and installing steel communal security doors (CSD) for the social housing sector, in response to rising demand. Steel CSDs have developed into the Integrity Range of Secured by Design (SBD) products, based on testing to STS202 (BR2).
Whilst still focussing on doors and windows, in recent years aluminium products have started to be produced. This has resulted in an extensive range of Secured by Design windows and doors, including Aluminium Integrity CSDs. Further, the move into aluminium products has resulted in the addition of a sophisticated range of curtain walling options which includes composite (timber/aluminium) versions. Recent manufacture and installation curtain wall projects include Trumpington College, Cambridge for Morgan Sindall at c£600k.
Soundcraft continues to invest in its key resources – people, plant and products – to ensure that its successful journey to provide solutions for its clients is maintained in the coming years.
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