NorDan might be a window and door manufacturer, but the products are only part of the bigger picture. In 2022, NorDan developed a Centre of Excellent for Schools.

The Centre will advise architects and local authorities on how to best meet their carbon reduction targets and adhere to the Scottish Government’s Net Zero Public Building Standard guidelines. This can be achieved through installing low whole-life carbon, sustainable fenestration solutions that meet BB101 Guidelines on levels of ventilation, thermal comfort and indoor air quality in schools.

”Working on numerous education projects over the years has given us an insight into the specific challenges faced by education in Scotland. I’m acutely aware of the need for windows to meet in-use requirements, regulations, budgets and net zero carbon targets, not to mention creating the best possible learning environments.

”We understand the challenges faced by contractors. By combining all fenestration elements into one package, supporting timely installation and managing the process from beginning to end, we can reduce the stress on all parties, offer remarkable cost savings, and deliver a first-rate product.”
- Mike Stevenson, Senior Manager Strategic Markets at NorDan UK.