X1 The Gateway Manchester

X1 The Gateway Manchester

X1 The Gateway is a first-class residential tower in a vastly sought-after area in Salford, overlooking both the stunning waterfront and Manchester city centre. Offering spacious studios and fully-furnished 1 and 2 bedroom apartments complete with a fitted kitchenette and modern bathroom, it is ideal for young professionals looking for a cosmopolitan home to complement their luxury lifestyle. On-site facilities include a gym, car park, secure bicycle storage, a management office and shops located on the ground floor.

This residential development truly raises the bar when it comes to luxury living, with its sleek interior and exterior design and its prime waterfront location.

RW Joinery are pleased to announce our appointment as lead joinery contractor and doorset provider on this prestigious project.

Forrest Construction has instructed us to manufacture, install and commission 1300 American White Oak veneered doorsets including 191 sets of our own PAS24 certified apartment entrance doors.

The programme is short, only 8 weeks to manufacture and 21 weeks to install. This is an average manufacture rate of 160 and installation rate of 60 doorsets per week.

Forrest appointed us as “we only have the confidence in RW Joinery to achieve these expectations”.

This is the first contract we have worked with Forrest Construction albeit the site team is a very familiar bunch having left Carillion earlier this year.

Trusted and Accredited Manufacturers

  • CHAS Accredited Contractor
  • BM Trada Q Mark Certification
  • Constructionline Gold Member 2018
  • BWF Membership Certificate 2020

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