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The Place, London Bridge

The Place, London Bridge

Briggs Amasco Ltd

Leading roofing and waterproofing specialist BriggsAmasco has completed the high quality application of multiple roofing systems at The Place, London Bridge – one of the city’s largest new office buildings and part of the £2 billion London Bridge Quarter development. Working with main contractor MACE, BriggsAmasco was appointed to design and specify a roofing system that would guarantee waterproofing integrity and deliver long term performance – whilst also meeting the project’s stylish aesthetics. The company supplied a combination of IKO PermaTEC Hot Melt, IKO Polimar seamless waterproofing systems and high end granite paving.
The Square

The Square

Briggs Amasco Ltd

BriggsAmasco has installed a complete roofing system comprising more than 3,000m2 of single ply membrane at The Square in Leatherhead – providing a watertight finish to the first new-build office scheme in the town for over four years. BriggsAmasco was appointed as principal contractor to apply roof coverings to four buildings as part of this large new-build commercial development. The company specified and installed a comprehensive roofing system from Sarnafil that included the G410-EL and 327-18EL waterproofing membranes – both supplied in light grey.
The Square Chapel Centre for the Arts

The Square Chapel Centre for the Arts

Briggs Amasco Ltd

The Square Chapel Centre for the Arts, one of 600 listed building in Halifax, attracts 40,000 visitors a year to the 300 plays it stages annually. Built in 1772, the site was taken over in 1988 by the Square Chapel Trust – a consortium of local theatre lovers – who transformed the derelict structure and in 2012, gained Arts Council backing for a £5.4 million redevelopment to include an extension to accommodate a new 120-seat auditorium and cinema.
Townley Grammar School

Townley Grammar School

Briggs Amasco Ltd

This was a complex new build project which presented significant detailing problems involving the design and installation, of cappings, soffits, and fascia boards, plus the external rainwater pipe system, all of which became a major element of the roofing work.
Union Square

Union Square

Briggs Amasco Ltd

The photograph shows a close-up of the curved atrium roof on the prestigious Union Square development in Aberdeen. This is one of several areas of Sarnafil sigle ply which BriggsAmasco installed for main contractor Miller Construction. The total of Sarnafil installed on the project exceeded 3000m2 and consisted of an insulated Sarnafil system incorporating S327-18EL light grey membrane.
Union Square

Union Square

Briggs Amasco Ltd

The photograph shows the Mall roof of the prestigious Union Square development in Aberdeen. Just one of several roofs and systems BriggsAmasco installed for main contractor Miller Construction. The Kalzip system consisted of Kalzip steel liner, Kalzip Plus insulation and 400 Profile Aluminium stucco embossed standing seam.
Unite Building

Unite Building

Briggs Amasco Ltd

Spectraplan Fleece back Lead Grey with Spectra TPE standing seam profile, the Spesctraplan fully adhered to ply board facade with low foaming PU adhesive. The Architect choose the Spectraplan facade as a valued engineered option for cost and speed of essence of installation against his other option of Zinc standing seam Cladding.The main roof area was installed using a 159 structural deck with an 18mm ply board mech fixed to it and Spectraplan TPE fully adhered onto insulation and a self adhesive vapour barrier.
University of Edinburgh

University of Edinburgh

Briggs Amasco Ltd

Leading roofing and waterproofing specialist BriggsAmasco has completed the high quality application of a new 2,600m2 roofing system at the Joseph Black Building in Edinburgh, whilst overcoming the cold winter weather and minimising disruption to a number of working laboratories below. Located within the University of Edinburgh King’s Buildings campus, the Joseph Black Building houses the School of Chemistry and spans an internal area of 17,156m2 across three floors. BriggsAmasco specified a Sarnafil roof management system – renowned for high quality and exceptional performance, which is befitting of the oldest building on the campus.
University of Greenwich

University of Greenwich

Briggs Amasco Ltd

At the University of Greenwich in London, roofing and waterproofing specialist BriggsAmasco installed 22 separate IKO PermaTEC hot-melt waterproofing systems as part of a multi-tier rooftop garden on the new £38 million Stockwell Street building. Appointed to waterproof and insulate a total of 22 flat roofs – with 14 to be converted into green roofs – BriggsAmasco supplied and installed the IKO PermaTEC hot melt system. Utilising years of practical experience, technical expertise, and close coordination with other trades, the company completed a high quality and complex application that helped to keep the project on course for its completion date.
Victoria Gate

Victoria Gate

Briggs Amasco Ltd

The £150m Victoria Gate Shopping Centre occupies a 21,000m2 site in Leeds city centre. It includes more than 30 premises, comprising stores, restaurants, cafes and a casino. Designed by architects Acme as a 21st century interpretation of the traditional Victorian retail arcades found in the city, the spectacular development was named the World’s Best Shopping Centre at a global real estate exhibition held earlier this year. For such a landmark retail site, it was essential the roofing was watertight and perfectly installed. Contractors, Sir Robert McAlpine, in conjunction with developers, Hammerson, selected BriggsAmasco for the incredibly challenging project...
Waitrose Solihull Car Park

Waitrose Solihull Car Park

Briggs Amasco Ltd

3,500m2 of mastic asphalt was laid by BriggsAmasco’s City and Guild-trained installers onto the car park’s concrete decks. Up to 54-tonnes of asphalt was being utilised per day on machine-laid areas of roof, which required expert project management to ensure a steady supply of material was maintained. During one particularly complex operation, contractors were required to close sections of the car park in order to crane ready-to-apply tanks of mastic asphalt onto the roof. This required coordinated planning with the client and local authorities to minimise the public health and safety risk.
Warrington Hospital

Warrington Hospital

Briggs Amasco Ltd

BriggsAmasco Expertise Ensures Safe, Smart Delivery of Hospital Roof RefurbishmentThe skill and flexibility of BriggsAmasco’s installation team was essential to the timely, high-specification completion of a roof refurbishment at a busy hospital site.The project involved supplying a watertight, thermally-efficient system for the long-term protection of ‘Appleton Wing’, a vital area of Warrington Hospital containing operating theatres and a range of acute medical services.On behalf of the Warrington and Halton Trust, BriggsAmasco was required to repair the existing asphalt roof and install a high-performance bitumen membrane flat roofing system. The existing asphalt surface had reached the end of its lifespan and was starting to leak. As part of the repairs programme, BriggsAmasco’s team removed chippings from the roof in order to make good the asphalt. A new vapour control layer was then installed, followed by a tapered insulation system to enhance the roof’s falls. The installation continued with an underlay sheet and was completed with an IKO UPXL waterproofing membrane. This robust, fire-retardant solution, which comes with a 30-year guarantee, was sealed by Briggs’ teams using hot air welders in a safe, torch-free application that negated the use of naked flame.BriggsAmasco’s team had a number of issues to overcome during the hospital’s roof refurbishment. Firstly, they were working on a live site, which was busy with hospital staff, patients and visitors at all times of the day. It meant a flexible, collaborative approach needed to be taken by site teams and hospital stuff representatives to ensure the works programme did not restrict the building’s vital interior activity. For example, Briggs’ Facilities Management Team worked with the client to ensure a challenging manoeuvre, requiring the disconnection of extractor vents to enable the roof’s new waterproofing to be installed, was carried out without interruption to hospital services or the works programme.The height of the tapered insulation within the new waterproofing system provided a further challenge. It required BriggsAmasco’s installers to raise the 1,500m2 roof’s parapet edge by 300mm to maintain a thermal and watertight seal. With the waterproofing in-situ, Briggs completed the refurbishment by designing and implementing a man-safe system, as the roof’s previous one no longer met performance regulations.Despite the aforementioned challenges, BriggsAmasco completed the roof’s refurbishment within an agreed eight-week timeframe. Thanks to the diligence and workmanship of BriggsAmasco’s teams, the Appleton Wing of Warrington Hospital is now in possession of a roof which is long-term protected against the perils associated with water ingress for the safety and comfort of patients and staff.
West Lakes Academy

West Lakes Academy

Briggs Amasco Ltd

At a new build £26 million academy project in Cumbria, BriggsAmasco have supplied and installed a spectacular curved single ply roof system which had to give the appearance of a lead or zinc roof whilst combining long term waterproofing integrity with a fast application. For the extreme curve of this unusual roof to work, the insulation had to be installed in 3 layers of 40mm to make up the 120mm specification. Offering a twenty year guarantee and to ensure an excellent finish, the system was topped off with the versatile IKO Armourplan P slate grey single ply membrane.
Westfield Shopping Village

Westfield Shopping Village

Briggs Amasco Ltd

These two roof complexes form a large and prestigious part of Westfield’s new shopping centre on the edge of the 2012 Olympic Park. Both areas were weathered with an inverted Mastic Asphalt system with a wide range of finishes including both green & brown roof coverings. The material was delivered directly to site in thermostatically controlled hot charge vehicles. The asphalt was lifted to roof level in luggars by our cranes, before being applied by BriggsAmasco directly employed labour.
WestQuay Watermark

WestQuay Watermark

Briggs Amasco Ltd

The experience and skill of on-site teams on behalf of BriggsAmasco, in installing a high quality set of walkways at Southampton’s newest and biggest shopping centre, meant the multi-million pound development opened in time for the busiest consumer period of the year. The first phase of the £85 million WestQuay Watermark development boasts 20 restaurants and a 10-screen cinema. It’s part of a reported £250 million investment in the city, with the project’s second phase scheduled to include a 27-storey tower block, office space and an underground car park.
Weybridge Gym Roof

Weybridge Gym Roof

Briggs Amasco Ltd

BriggsAmasco, supplied the roof – from design to installation – for the gym based in Weybridge, Surrey. The company had previously installed a FlexiPhalte car park deck roof, hence it was chosen for the gym’s latest refurbishment – one of the busiest periods for the leisure industry with members getting in shape for the festive season. It was vital therefore the gym remained in operation whilst the new roof was installed. Staff and customer safety was paramount during this time, with BriggsAmasco erecting scaffolding around the site’s perimeter to protect those entering and exiting the building.

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