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Hornsea School and Language College, Eastgate

As part of a major refurbishment project, Hornsea School and Language College had aluminium rainwater and eaves system installed. Built in the 1950’s, the College in Eastgate, Hornsea was in need of extensive external refurbishment in order to bring the school up to modern thermal efficiency standards, address building defects and improve its aesthetics. Initiated by East Riding of Yorkshire Council Infrastructure and Facilities and overseen by Hall Construction, the eight-month refurbishment project included the replacement of rainwater and eaves systems along its flat roofline that are guaranteed to last the entire 40 year estimated life span of the building.

Marley Alutec Provides Asbestos Solution for South Holderness Technology College

South Holderness Technology College in East Yorkshire has safely managed to overcome its asbestos problem thanks to Marley Alutec’s expert knowledge and unique composite aluminium Evoke fascia and soffit system. Built in the 1950s, South Holderness Technical College was constructed with a flat roof using asbestos cement roof decking. The roofing system used continuous asbestos cement sheets to form both the internal ceiling finish and the external soffits, so removal of these boards was not an option.

Marley Alutec Provides Bespoke Solution for UK's Largest Roofing Project in Sheffield

Aluminium rainwater and eaves systems manufacturer Marley Alutec, has designed and supplied a bespoke fascia and soffit solution and rainwater system for a major refurbishment project for Sheffield City Council, which will go on to transform 26,000 homes over the next five years – it is largest roofing project in UK history. Following a stringent tendering process, Marley Alutec’s aluminium products were specified because they met with the council’s commitment to provide housing and services that go beyond the industry standard. Impressive durability, lifecycle costs, sustainability credentials and almost zero maintenance requirements of the products meant they were a perfect fit.

Marley Alutec supplies ground-breaking project

Leading aluminium rainwater and eaves system manufacturer, Marley Alutec has supplied its products to Magnolia House, a new purpose-built £1million support centre at Birmingham Children’s Hospital. The palliative care centre is a first of its kind development; the non-clinical, single storey building is located in a central part of the hospital’s site. It’s been designed to provide a safe-haven for parents and families at their time of need, as well as providing a neutral space to facilitate difficult conversations.

Marley Alutec’s Durable Solution for Gwalia Housing Association

Marley Alutec’s aluminium rainwater and eaves products have been used on a social housing development in Swansea, Wales. Consisting of 14 properties, the £1.5 million project embodies the durable, practical and cost effective ethos required within the sector. Completed by Gwalia, part of the Pobl Group, the development of seven pairs of semi-detached houses in West Glamorgan represents the ideal model of affordable family housing. Designed to blend in with the local architecture and provide dependable performance for the foreseeable future, it was important to achieve a modern aesthetic and choose building products that would stand the test of time.

Oaks and Acorns Social Housing Estate, Luton

Aluminium is a cost-effective, durable and sustainable building material. Products made from aluminium have impressive whole life costs and require minimal maintenance. These were the key reasons North Hertfordshire Homes chose a bespoke aluminium fascia and soffit system for the Oaks and Acorns Social Housing development in Luton. With an unusual curved roof design, creating the unique system was a welcome challenge for Marley Alutec’s technical design team. Working closely alongside subcontractors Specialised Fixings of Ipswich, the manufacturer supplied a complete solution, including products from its range of aluminium rainwater systems.

Traditional Style Meets Modern Standards

Buildings of heritage can be a challenge for developers, especially when tasked with finding the balance between traditional aesthetic and modern performance expectations. As much as we may marvel at the delights of modern architecture, many people, still believe you can’t beat a traditionally styled building. However, aesthetic value should never be the sole attraction of a property, and what traditional homes might have in terms of looks, they can lack in terms of building performance and efficiency.

Unique rainwater solution for Leicester’s Centre for Medicine

The £42 million Passivhaus and BREEAM Certificate of Excellence holding Centre for Medicine built for The University of Leicester comprises three towers of differing heights linked by glass-roofed atria. Whilst visually stunning, the building posed a significant rainwater drainage challenge, therefore complex calculations and bespoke components had to be made to cope with the cascading run-off. Marley Alutec worked very closely with the architects and roofing contractor, providing all flow calculations and matrices for the complicated cascading roof system.

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