The visitor centre roof has been set at 6 degrees to form an exact replica of two spitfire wings. This unique construction meant the need for superior materials, such as Protect 5000 Façade, TF200® and BarriAir, that could cope with the challenges of the design. The materials also needed to be resilient to cope with the harsh coastal conditions in the South of England.
Glidevale Protect 5000 Façade Wall Membrane
Glidevale Protect Barriair AVCL
Glidevale Protect TF200® Breather Membrane
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