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Cygnus Homes - Offsite Buildings

The low weight of Metrotile – just one seventh of so-called traditional roof tiles such as slate or clay – is ideal for factory-built modular and prefab housing...

Featherstone and Hilton Community Centre

Located in the village of Featherstone on the outskirts Wolverhampton, Featherstone & Hilton Community centre is an attractive 80’s-built building surrounded by the luscious green of the countryside. Since construction, it has featured a man-made interlocking slate-style roof that was installed under conditions of strict professional workmanship. The old roof material, after decades of service, was in need of modernisation as it was worn from years of use and had become a target for vandalism...

Housing Association Flat Refurbishments, Peterborough

Housing Association Cross Keys Homes manage four blocks of flats between Grove Court and Tower Court in Peterborough. Sporting flat roofs since they were built in the late sixties, it became apparent that significant repairs were required when problems with the internal roof drainage system were causing water ingress and damp problems in the flats and maisonettes...

Metrotile & Local Authority Flats, Bridgwater

Somerset-based Housing Association Homes in Sedgemoor has once again specified Metrotile lightweight steel roofing, following their use of our roofing products on their successful ongoing Cornish Unit refurbishments. Instead of an estate of homes, the subject for renovation this time was the flats at Canal View, located in Bridgwater, Somerset. (More at the link)

Metrotile & New World Business Centre

Metrotile is often utilised as a ‘problem solver’ material, chosen when a development needs a new roof that not only requires all of the security and aesthetics a roof should provide, but can also be installed rapidly - this is true of both new-build and refurbishment works. This lead to specification on this exciting Bristol-based office development (more at link)

Metrotile & PGL Liddington

Metrotile has been specified for projects at PGL Liddington. PGL is an adventure holiday company that, in their own words, delivers “inspirational learning through adventure”. They have campuses across the UK (in addition to France and Spain) where young people can partake in a vast variety of outdoor activities, including abseiling, canoeing and mountain biking to name but a few. (More at link)

Metrotile and Bryn Bach Park Centre

Metrotile Lightweight Steel Roofing now adorns the rooftop of the Bryn Bach Country Park visitor centre near Tredegar, South Wales. Installed to replace the previous leaking so-called ‘traditional’ material roof, that was allowing water ingress in the cafeteria area, the new Metrotile roof has given the facility a new lease of life and an attractive makeover, in time for the busy summer season. Some 2,600 of Metrotile’s vandal proof Slate 900 profile, each covering almost half a square metre but weighing just 4.6kg, now cover the 1,300 square metres roof of the visitor centre.

Metrotile and Cygnus Homes

The low weight of a Metrotile roof is ideal for factory-built modular housing as it helps to keep the overall weight down during the transportation process, placing significantly less pressure on the supporting frame and foundations without compromising security or aesthetics. As a result of these benefits, Metrotile is now proudly supplies innovative manufacturer Cygnus Homes. Cygnus Homes Director of Operations Maria Ling states: “Cygnus only select and use the best of the best products from the industry. Metrotile were chosen because of their continued innovation, sustainability, speed and ease of install, alongside their adaptability and choice."

Metrotile Bond - Priory Academies, Lincoln

Initially three separate educational sites, LSST, Witham and City of Lincoln College (incorporating The Ruskin Academy) merged together to create the Priory Federation of Academies. Overseen by Balfour Beatty, the combination of new build and refurbishment projects is one of the final government Building Schools for the Future programs and also the largest single project Metrotile UK has been involved with so far. Once completed, the various roofs of the Priory Academies will feature over 50,000 Metrotile profiles in total.

Metrotile Cornish Unit Refurbs, Bridgwater

Metrotile Lightweight Roofing has been utilised for a refurbishment project by Homes in Sedgemoor, an Arms Length Management Organisation (ALMO) that manages over 4000 properties owned by Sedgemoor District Council. In this case, the refurbished properties are Cornish Units located on various roads within the Sydenham Estate area in Bridgwater, Somerset. (more at the link)

Metrotile for Non-Traditional Homes

As evidenced by previous case studies, Metrotile Lightweight Roofing has developed into a premier choice for specifiers that need to refurbish non-traditional (or ‘pre-fab’) properties across the United Kingdom to bring them up to Government Decent Homes standards. In Cannock Chase, Staffordshire, Cannock Chase Council and Keepmoat Housing oversee housing stock that includes Cornish Units and Reema properties [cont. at the link]

Metrotile Local Authority Refurbs, Scotland

Metrotile continues to find favour with Local Authorities for the refurbishment of non-traditional housing stock, with East Ayrshire Council in Scotland the latest to specify Metrotile for such a project (more at link)

Staffordshire Bull Terrier Heritage Centre, Wednesbury

Metrotile Lightweight Roofing has found its way on to many a different rooftop over the years, from small home conservatories to sprawling multi-campus education buildings. From time to time, Metrotile finds its way on to smaller niche projects. We often state that Metrotile is suitable for the majority of pitch roof applications no matter how unique, and the Staffordshire Bull Terrier Heritage Centre in Wednesbury is one of those buildings...

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