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Back together for the 55th Steel Window Association AGM

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13 June 2022    

Back together for the 55thSteel Window Association AGM

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Pictured is Kris Bennell, President of the Steel Window Association.

The Steel Window Associationwelcomed members and guests to the 55thAGM last week - the first physical event for two years.

Hosted at The Glass and Glazing Federation, the attendees included member companies and associate members for the formal proceedings, and a guest speaker from theGGFdiscussed the forthcoming changes to building regulations.

Kris Bennell, SWA's President, commented "It was great - and productive - to be in the same room again with like-minded friends in the association and industry as a whole. Alongside Council matters, we were able to present the hard work of the Product Development Group; especially as we go into the next few years where legislation and rule changes will affect our industry and we need to collaborate. The Sales Development Group, in turn, discussed the new branding and website, and new marketing initiatives as we positionourselves as the go-to for architects, designers, specifiers and consumers who are looking for a reputable steel window and door company.We have recently welcomed two new members,Perla WindowsandHoldsworth Windowsso it was good to meet the teams and to present the SWA to them in person."

For further information on the Steel Window Association, or if you're interested in becoming a member, please



Editors' notes

SWA members have exclusive access to a range of collectively developed energy- rated systems which are compliant with building regulations and that are recognised by theBritish Fenestration Rating Council(BFRC). The SWA also works in cooperation with both the British and European standards agencies, window research bodies and other influential organisations; includingFENSAand as mentioned above, theConstruction Products Associationand theGlass & Glazing Federation.  Members of the Steel Window Association offer a UK wide service for the repair and replacement of various types of old metal windows, doors and screens, as well as being able to manufacture new fenestration which fully meets the requirements of the building regulations. Choosing an SWA member to manufacture and install your steel windows and doors ensures that you are receiving the highest standard of fabrication, installation and customer service.


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