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South Cerney Outdoor Centre, Lodge Bistro & Coffee Shop

South Cerney Outdoor Centre, Lodge Bistro & Coffee Shop

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Creating an inviting outdoor dining and refreshment scene will likely remain a key priority for bars, cafes, and restaurants as they open for trade once again and look to attract customers now and keep everyone safe in the future. During lockdown, businesses increasingly built upon their out-of-doors dining areas ready for welcoming customers once more and leading Ecodek solid decking boards became a firm choice for restaurants and bars wanting an environmentally sustainable solution to accommodate their customers safely and stylishly. One stunningly located hospitality venture to put the Ecodek product in place has been the Lodge Bistro and Coffee Shop, a sustainably created eatery at the South Cerney Outdoor Centre, positioned on the edge of a 50-acre water sports lake in the Cotswold Water Park. Created by merging two recycled shipping containers to form a waterside reverie, the bistro has been clad in larch wood and includes feature bi-fold doors that open invitingly onto the lake’s vista. The Lodge also includes a cantilever deck dining area over the lake’s edge, which has been designed and installed using the Ecodek system. Having experienced first-hand the maintenance issues and potential slip hazards of installing hardwood decking in the past, South Cerney Outdoor Centre’s Managing Director Matt Pritchard wanted to consider alternative indoor and outdoor flooring options, with a wider vision of being able to create an indoor/outdoor space, with little transition between the two once the bi-fold doors were opened. Considering a composite deck solution to be a more durable and stable option, as well as capable of providing a suitable indoor and outdoor aesthetic and level of practicality, Matt was interested in the advantages of enhancing his project using the Ecodek decking system. He explains: “I was looking for a solution that would enable us to use the same board material internally and externally, whilst also bringing a complementary wood effect feel to the whole dining environment. It was important that any flooring solution chosen would echo with our project’s sustainability brief, and be made using recycled and sustainable materials wherever possible.” In ecological terms, Matt’s decking choice has been on brief, as the Ecodek decking solution is designed to be as green as it is long lasting. Purposely created to be repeatedly recycled, and available in lengths that are ‘cut to order’ in the UK at the fabrication stage, Ecodek production and sustainability credentials not only limit waste but help to reduce installation time and customer costs. Furthermore, as Ecodek is formed using a solid composition, water and moisture can’t penetrate the boards and cause rot from within, making the decking ideal for installation at the South Cerney Centre’s lakeside location. “The environmental advantages of choosing an Ecodek installation chimed well with our brand values,” Matt continues, “however we were also impressed with the product’s strength and its capacity to span greater joist centres more effectively than many alternative solutions; whilst remaining aesthetically attractive. “The grip texture of the decking surface presented us with the safety assurances we were looking for, and the speed of product availability helped us keep on track with project timelines.” The Ecodek system’s structure also offered Matt further product advantages over hardwood alternatives. Resistant to impact damage, its solidity provides greater noise absorption properties, so it’s quieter underfoot – an audible benefit in helping to reduce noise levels in dining environments. Simple to install, and with an impressive level of longevity, Ecodek is a reliable choice for commercial purposes as well as domestic projects, and is fully supported with a 25-year guarantee. “With more hospitality businesses keen to create attractive outdoor eating areas to ensure people’s safety, the increase in commercial decking development has been significant,” says Felicity Hodgkinson, Marketing Manager at Ecodek. “Furthermore, as growing numbers of bars and restaurants look to improve their sustainability credentials; either during the initial development stage or as part of a programme of refurbishment, the preference for decking solutions constructed using environmentally sound methods and materials has also flourished. “By choosing an Ecodek installation, hospitality ventures can achieve this ecological ethos, and select building products that are manufactured to last, whilst creating a beautiful decking area for customers to enjoy and return to, time and again.”
Ballymena Church Roof use Magply in Roof Build-up.

Ballymena Church Roof use Magply in Roof Build-up.

IPP Ltd

Recently completed 3,600m2 recovery board roof over the auditorium and sports hall uses perforated metal decking to span the main steelwork. Magply specified to carry 150mm of Hardrock DD underlay and a further 60mm of Hardrock Multifix insulation covered by a Sarnafil single ply roofing membrane. Stevie Jones, commented: “This is a large installation of some 3,600 square metres, with the auditorium and the higher level roof over the sports complex, both featuring the use of the Magply. They are being mechanically fixed to the decking prior to installing the two layers of Rockwool and then the Sarnafil membrane..”
St James Road Apartments, Brentwood

St James Road Apartments, Brentwood

Ryno Ltd

Ryno Signature Composite Decking in 'Silver Birch' takes pride of place in this new Brentwood development, and is used across the private balconies and terrace space.
Residential Project Cueno

Residential Project Cueno

Listone Giordano

Listone Giordano's Outdoor decking collection in Ipè covers the balconies on this residential and office building in Piedmont, Italy. The selected finishes create a cosy and comfortable interior atmosphere, the use of wood on the floor surfaces and ceiling improve insulation effects, conveying a warm and pleasant feeling from the outside to the inside
Rhepanol fk coated with decorative copper is the perfect finish for award-winning home

Rhepanol fk coated with decorative copper is the perfect finish for award-winning home

SIG Design & Technology

Moonraker is a luxury residential property drawing on the exploits of James Bond for inspiration. Bournemouth-based Seven Developments’ four-bedroom property, which includes a sunken garden with decked footbridge, is a cocktail of curves based on the shape of a crescent moon.
Balcony areas

Balcony areas

Evergreens UK Ltd - LazyLawn®-EverRoof™

Synthetic grass is a good alternative to decking, which can get slippery in the winter and requires regular time-consuming maintenance. Leaving concrete or slabs bare can look uninteresting and can be uncomfortable to sit on during summer evenings.
Balcony areas

Balcony areas

Evergreens UK Ltd - LazyLawn®-EverRoof™

Synthetic grass is a good alternative to decking, which can get slippery in the winter and requires regular time-consuming maintenance. Leaving concrete or slabs bare can look uninteresting and can be uncomfortable to sit on during summer evenings.
iDecking Project - Finchampstead, Berkshire

iDecking Project - Finchampstead, Berkshire

Wallbarn Ltd

This 115m² project was a large luxury new-build. The decking required two distinct build-up methods around the house. One section was on a waterproofing membrane, the other on a steel framed walkway. Adjustable support pedestals were loose-laid onto the membrane. iDecking aluminium rail system was set onto the pedestals and EasyClick boards were clicked into place. Pedestals lifted the decking structure off the membrane allowing free drainage and creating a level surface on the falling roof. Aluminium rails were mechanically fixed to the steel structure and the whole terrace was set to one, seamless level wrapping around the house.
Adjustable Paving Supports - Woodbury Close, Finsbury Park

Adjustable Paving Supports - Woodbury Close, Finsbury Park

Wallbarn Ltd

ASP pedestals were chosen by the waterproofing contractor to suspend paving slabs on residential balconies above an inverted waterproofing system on a luxury development. Decks were laid to falls in many different directions creating different heights and angles. Paving needed to be flat across the falling deck and slabs needed to ballast the insulation. Telescopic stems easily adjust the height whilst the slab is in place, making installation fast and easy. Positioning lugs create uniform paving lines automatically. Heavy load tolerances and durability over time and large temperature ranges, up to Minus 40° C, gives Wallbarn ASPs the edge competitors.
Waterproofing experts seal leaky basement

Waterproofing experts seal leaky basement

Triton Systems

Waterproofing and damp proofing specialists, Severn Damp & Timber Preservation, installed a range of Triton Systems’ waterproofing materials to deal with water ingress around two skylights, formed within the concrete roof deck over a basement that extended into the garden of a domestic property. 
HMP Pentonville

HMP Pentonville

Bauder Ltd

Completed in 1842, HMP Pentonville has remained in use since opening, experiencing many stages of refurbishment throughout the decades. In 2003, the existing asphalt deck above the kitchens was in need of a complete refit with the building having to remain in use throughout the refurbishment of the roof.
Bamburgh Clinic

Bamburgh Clinic

Briggs Amasco Ltd

The deck on this project consisted of a prefabricated ready insulated timber casette structure which was craned into position, a breather membrane was then fitted followed by the standing seam system. Finally an especially large capacity external gutter system was designed and fitted.
Wimbledon No. 1 Court, London

Wimbledon No. 1 Court, London

BEMO Project Engineering UK Ltd

BEMO Flex mass-customised sub-structure with N65/Tapered standing seam panels in PVDF2 RAL6007 and BEMO Deck profile. BEMO provided full engineering support including 3D surveys to eliminate construction tolerances.
Josta 2-tier Bicycle Rack at Hove Station

Josta 2-tier Bicycle Rack at Hove Station

Cycle-Works Ltd

The first high capacity double deck cycle racks on the Southern Railways network were installed at Hove Station in December 2010. The new 2-tier system holds 117 bike in the same footprint as the old, overcrowded sheffield stands, nearly doubling the cycle parking capacity.
CS_Proteus Pro-Felt_CO-OP Wembley

CS_Proteus Pro-Felt_CO-OP Wembley

Proteus Waterproofing

The existing felt waterproofing and timber deck had failed allowing water ingress into the residential building below. Upon further inspection, Proteus established that the existing roof lacked any insulation and therefore did not meet current Building Regulations.
Chatham Waters, Kent

Chatham Waters, Kent

Ryno Ltd

Each of the 199 private apartments at Chatham Waters features its own large balcony space, with AluTerrace aluminium decking system with boards in RAL 7036 (Platinum Grey) passing beautifully into Quadro porcelain in the shade 'Argento' throughout the scheme.
Ogier

Ogier

Canal Architectural

The architects ORMS of London tasked the team at Canal Architectural to design a commercial helical staircase that was completely unsupported from below. The challenge was to create the right combination of strength as well as achieving simple lines. Without compromising the integrity of the design the upper floor needed to be decked out with architectural steelwork; creating a circular opening strong enough to support the load of the floating staircase.
The Boat House, Portsmouth

The Boat House, Portsmouth

New Era Floor Systems Ltd

Situated in Portsmouth Historical Dockyard, the Boathouse was a development that required an acoustic raised batten system for hardwood decking, Oak plank flooring and a plywood substrate for the 1st floor. New Era Cradles were specified to provide a finished floor height range from 74-190mm and was fitted at 400mm centres. This proved a versatile and cost effective way to overcome all the different levels
TEMPLE MEADS ROOF REFURBISHMENT WORK PROTECTED BY FIREFLY FIRE BARRIER

TEMPLE MEADS ROOF REFURBISHMENT WORK PROTECTED BY FIREFLY FIRE BARRIER

FIREFLY™ TBA

A three year £24 million programme of works to repair and repaint the roof structure to Bristol Temple Meads railway station is featuring the use of the ZEUS Horizontal fire barrier system from FIREFLY™: employed to enclose a series of shallow arch scaffold beams or ‘cassettes’ that span the tracks, thereby protecting the workforce from any potential train fire as they use the access deck above.
Ottershaw Infant School

Ottershaw Infant School

Langley Waterproofing Systems Ltd

Langley was selected by Surrey County Council to assess their roof and produce a comprehensive condition report and specification. Inadequate drainage of the existing roof system caused significant internal leaks with ponding water adding additional stress to the building. Langley recommended stripping the existing covering to expose the structural deck and install a TA-20 warm roof system with tapered insulation to improve thermal efficiency of the roof.
Spectraplan forms roof terrace at Sandbanks Court in Poole

Spectraplan forms roof terrace at Sandbanks Court in Poole

SIG Design & Technology

A green roof system was selected for this project as the client required a roof that would complement and accommodate the step in levels to follow timber decking lines to the 55m² roof terrace areas. IKO Single Ply’s Spectraplan SM120 light grey single ply waterproofing system was overlaid to the existing roof and newly built sun rooms, ready to receive a green roof system.
Alexandra Palace Theatre Restoration Seating, Orchestra Pit and Staging

Alexandra Palace Theatre Restoration Seating, Orchestra Pit and Staging

CPS Manufacturing Co LLP

CPS Manufacturing was awarded the contract to revive the flexible floor space in the Alexandra Palace. This included manufacturing and installing four seating rostra configurations, three orchestra pit infill configurations and a stage infill. 200 stage decks, 1200 stage legs and over 200 fascia panels and valance curtains were installed in total.
Exeter Cathedral Staging

Exeter Cathedral Staging

CPS Manufacturing Co LLP

In 2013, CPS Manufacturing worked with Exeter Cathedral's Fabric Advistory Committee and Camilla Finlay (the architect for the cathedral) to provide staging platforms for the nave altar, lectern podium and bishop's seating. CPS provided bespoke staging platforms decked in 22mm Junckers solid oak hardwood flooring. The solid oak floor complimented the aesthetics of the cathedral.
Natural beauty, easy to maintain and sustainable quality– UPM ProFi Piazza, Californian Oak

Natural beauty, easy to maintain and sustainable quality– UPM ProFi Piazza, Californian Oak

UPM Biocomposites

Natural beauty, easy to maintain and sustainable quality were the key factors for one family’s decking choice – UPM ProFi Piazza, Californian OakSaija and Petri Nylund and their two grown up children were already experienced home builders. As their family situation and needs have changed, they decided to build a new home. Once again they planned a turn-key solution: this time a stylish and modern white house built for them by the contractor Hevi-kivitalot as part of 2020’s Tuusula Housing Fair.Their brief for the design of both exterior and interior living areas of the house was very clear: they wanted to have high quality, ageless materials, with a hint of everyday luxury. Colours should be natural and neutral. The internal and external living areas should be seamlessly joined together.There are three different balconies or outdoor deckings, each with a different function. One balcony opens out from the master bedroom. The second balcony, a rooftop terrace with an outdoor jacuzzi, lies next to the sauna and bathroom. The third and main decking area opens out directly from the kitchen and living room and features a partly glazed area with a dining table. Natural light floods into this perfect merging of the indoor and outdoor living areas.The interior of the house was created by the interior designer Laura Seppänen, who also found the decking material, UPM ProFi Piazza in Californian Oak colour. “We immediately liked the natural look of this material, with its modern woodgrain design and texture. The neutral “Californian Oak” colour also matched well with the pure white colour of the house and the other colour choices we have made elsewhere in our new home.” explained Petri Nylund, father of the family. “I especially appreciate that it is very easy to clean and maintain – only periodically washing is needed”, said his wife Saija Nylund. “It also feels comfortable and safe with bare feet. An additional advantage is that it’s made with a high recycled content – we prefer to choose materials which are also environmentally friendly”, she continues. “In general, we are very pleased with our new home and also all of the outdoor areas”, the couple says together.This summer, the whole Nylund family are enjoying their first summer in their new home, especially the long sunny days and warm evenings in their extended outdoor living room, made with UPM ProFi Piazza decking.
BONUS ARENA, HULL

BONUS ARENA, HULL

Tata Steel

1500m2 of RoofDek D100 and D200 structural metal roof decking profiles were used to support the roof system of Hull’s Bonus Arena, a state-of-the art, music and events complex with up to 3,500 concert auditorium capacity that has the flexibility to adapt to a 2,500 all-seated event and 2,000m2 exhibition space plus 800 capacity conference auditorium.
Teddington School

Teddington School

Briggs Amasco Ltd

Teddington School is situated on the banks of the Thames in, southwest London and was developed under the governments BSF scheme. The project comprises a large central roof weathered with a single ply membrane applied over an engineered structural timber deck, surrounded by inverted roof areas with ballast or paving. At the front of the building we installed a series of large diameter feature rainwater downpipes.
Bean Coffee & Cocktails, Liverpool

Bean Coffee & Cocktails, Liverpool

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Like so many other businesses in the hospitality sector, Bean Coffee and Cocktails, St Pauls Square in Liverpool, has faced numerous challenges over the past 18 months due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The company has had to adapt and adjust its offering in line with social distancing regulations, whilst also keeping customers happy and ensuring the continuation of its business. One way it has achieved this is through the refurbishment of its outside area, using Ecodek’s composite decking boards to create a beautiful, sustainable space for patrons now and in the future. Leah Roberts, Community Manager at Bean Coffee, explains why Ecodek’s sustainable decking was chosen over its competitors: "With early 2021 lockdown restrictions meaning we could only offer customers outside seating, we realised we needed to give our outside area at Bean Coffee and Cocktails, St Pauls Square an upgrade. We wanted to create a cosy outdoor area that was both aesthetic and durable for all seasons. “We chose Ecodek primarily because sustainability is a very important part of our ethos here at Bean Coffee. We are proud of the steps we have taken over the past few years to ensure we are becoming more conscious about our environmental impact. With Ecodek being relatively local and the products being recycled, recyclable and carbon negative it just really made sense to us to choose them. “We were extremely pleased with all aspects of customer service with Ecodek, it was seamless from the initial enquiry to the delivery. The sales team were very informative and helpful, and the delivery guy couldn’t have been more accommodating onsite!” continues Leah. Bean Coffee selected our Heritage composite decking, in slate grey, for the renovation. Slip resistant, splinter free, and low maintenance, these sustainable decking boards are the perfect product for creating outdoor seating areas in bars, cafes and restaurants, where safety is paramount. However, providing customers with an attractive, comfortable, and relaxing environment is also a priority. The modern, yet timeless, slate grey Heritage decking boards provide this unique balance of safety and beauty, combined with longevity and ease of upkeep – a combination Bean Coffee and Cocktails is extremely happy with, as Leah concludes: “The finished product is amazing; we are very happy with how it has turned out! We added some evergreen and seasonal plants to the planters and put some parasols with heaters in and it really has made the space look incredible! Our customers were pretty blown away with the transformation as well and are enjoying the new space we have created."
The Four Sisters, Northumberland

The Four Sisters, Northumberland

ecodek

Situated in the heart of Northumberland, The Four Sisters is a unique building development comprising of four property rentals, named after the owners’ four daughters – Poppy, Lucy, Romilly & Lydia. Poppy, the largest of the four cottages, features a truly stunning roof terrace in which the Adek Comfort Grip 295 system has become a perfect addition. The clean lines, sleek appearance and concealed fixings of the Adek system reflects the trends of modern building design, which contrasts beautifully with the idyllic turret of the castle. The extra wide 295mm board meant that installation time was dramatically reduced – an important factor when renovating a holiday home, with the aspiration of letting the property in readiness for Spring/Summer. Roy Dods, owner of The Four Sisters commented: “We have been extremely impressed with the level of service from Adek from start to finish. We decided to go for the aluminium decking rather than composite due to its stylish modern appearance which doesn’t compromise the decks overall durability. It was important to us that we found a decking system that was friendly underfoot, and therefore our guests could fully relax in the outdoor space that we have created. The Adek system certainly achieves that! We have harsh winters here in Northumberland, and peace of mind that the system requires minimal maintenance and provides good grip in the wet, as well as the dry, is an added bonus!”
Postmark Apartments, Farringdon

Postmark Apartments, Farringdon

Ryno Ltd

Postmark is a new residential development on the site of the former Royal Mail Mount Pleasant Mail Centre. In addition to being involved with the paved roof terraces within the new Pheonix Place development, Ryno worked directly with Broadway Malyan Architects to come up with a non-combustible decking solution for the private balconies.

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