Case Studies In Balustrading

Brilliant Balconies Part of the major revamp of the Abbey area in Camden, involved the redevelopment of a number of blocks of flats. These flats were to have decorative balconies, so, taking inspiration from nature and the history of the area, the Architect involved has created a bespoke perforation pattern designed to replicate leaves giving […]

Automotive Case Study

With more than 50 manufacturing sites, spanning several continents, Bion’s client is a global leader in the supply of high quality interior products, electronics and exhaust systems to the automotive market. For many years Bion supplied a multitude of components, varying material types and thicknesses on a JIT basis, building an unrivalled reputation for the […]

Perforated Mild Steel Server Racks

Project: 1.2mm perforated mild steel doors used in the cabinet build for server racks As can be the case in the exciting world of manufacturing some aspects of engineering are unpredictable.  Whether it is man, material or machine the art of keeping the end user happy is to try to minimise risks in all these […]

Perforated 4mm Aluminium Façade exported to China

Project: Supply 4mm thick bespoke perforated aluminium sheets for building facades As is often the case when working in an environment which is customer driven lead times can be both critical and subject to change.From quotation (which could have been many months earlier) a project can be put on hold or delayed due to external […]

The Victoria and Albert Museum

Project: Medieval and Renaissance Galleries Refurbishment Job: Perforated aluminium infill panels Holloway White Allom, specialists in building, restoration and maintenance of prestigious properties, acted as main contractors on the Victoria and Albert Museum’s refurbishment of the Medieval and Renaissance Galleries. Holloways appointed Aspinalls who Robert Bion & Co worked closely with to develop a draft […]