Mildenhall-based EAG wins glazing contract for major office development

A computer generated image of the Aldwych House development in Reading for which Mildenhall-based EA

A computer generated image of the Aldwych House development in Reading for which Mildenhall-based EAG will be providing the external cladding. Image courtesy of Designhive. - Credit: Archant

English Architectural Glazing (EAG), based Chiswick Avenue, Mildehhall, has secured a contract to provide external cladding for a major development in Reading, Berkshire.

EAG will provide a mix of curtain wall, windows and doors plus a feature copper rainscreen, with work on site expected to start in February next year.

The development involves the demolition of an existing office building and the construction of a new commercial building with six floors of office space plus car parking and ancillary accommodation at lower ground floor level.

EAG has been awarded the deal as specialist glazing sub-contractor by main contractor John Sisk & Son, with which the Mildenhall company has previously worked on other developments.

Edward Whipp, pre-construction director of EAG, said: “We are delighted to be working with John Sisk & Son again, especially on this iconic building adjacent to Reading’s town centre conservation area.”