Birkett House Community Special School has been designed and built to cater for the needs of up to 200 students aged between 5 and 19.
The new school building design incorporated a large curved mono pitch roof, bespoke fascia and soffit with double tiered hoppers. The design further included a butterfly roof and a considerable quantity of wall copings, along with downpipes and more hoppers.
A contemporary build requires a contemporary finish on this housing development in Chelmsford. An alternative to a zinc standing seam required consultation with the Architects, Contractor and ARP to provide a solution.
A full aluminium rainwater system, including fascias, soffits, downpipes and gutters were delivered to a contractor in Cardiff to give the finishing touches to a new office building. Read the full case study.
A brand new Community Sports Centre in Crick required a rainwater system that would last the distance, but also be maintenance free. Offering a saving on the originally specified product and a quick lead time ensured the community sports centre was finished in time for kick off.