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Hinkley Point, Somerset. Featuring Deceuninck 2500 Series, full EPDM and MMC

Hinkley Point, Somerset. Featuring Deceuninck 2500 Series, full EPDM and MMC

Deceuninck Ltd

This £1.4 million project delivered with specialist commercial fabricator Dempsey Dyer, is part of the Hinkley Point project and will form worker accommodation, Working with Caledonian Modular and starting Spring 2017, the project features: 1400 frames Deceuninck 2500 Chamfered Series Tilt and Turn Anthracite Grey RAL 7016 Full EPDM
Fairview Homes, Colindale. Featuring Deceuninck 5000 Series & Metsec incorporating full EPDM

Fairview Homes, Colindale. Featuring Deceuninck 5000 Series & Metsec incorporating full EPDM

Deceuninck Ltd

In conjunction with specialist commercial fabricator Dempsey Dyer and on behalf of Fairview Homes, this £1.3 million new build project feaures: 2500 frames Deceuninck 5000 Series Tilt and Turn Decoroc White with Iron Grey RAL 7011 Metsec incorporating full EPDM U Value 1.2
Marine Point Retirement Village, New Brighton. Featuring Deceuninck 5000 Series

Marine Point Retirement Village, New Brighton. Featuring Deceuninck 5000 Series

Deceuninck Ltd

This 12 month programme for coastal retirement apartments, was delivered with specialist commercial partner Spectaglaze on behalf of client Promenade Estates. It features: Deceuninck 5000 Series Tilt and Turn Decoroc Full EPDM
Trafford House, Basildon. Featuring Deceuninck 2500 Series Chamfered, Anthracite Grey Foil External, White Internal

Trafford House, Basildon. Featuring Deceuninck 2500 Series Chamfered, Anthracite Grey Foil External, White Internal

Deceuninck Ltd

With a value of £1.7 million and delivered with specialist commercial fabricator Dempsey Dyer, this project was on behalf of Criterion Capital with contractor RGB. It features: 4,500 frames Deceuninck 2500 Series Chamfered Tilt and Turn Anthracite Grey RAL 7016: grey foil external, white internal Full EPDM
Castle Rock School

Castle Rock School

Briggs Amasco Ltd

The client Leicestershire County Council has placed sustainability at the top of their agenda for it’s new school programme, hence the reason for selecting an EPDM system capable of being recycled. In addition to laying insulation to a thickness of 180 mm the rooflights were connected to a central computer system ensuring the most effective and environmentally friendly provision of ventillation.
HIACE Single Leaf Hatch

HIACE Single Leaf Hatch

Surespan

Surespan HIACE external single leaf access hatch to fit structural opening 1200 x 3400 was manufactured and supplied to a residential home in Solihull. This hatch was installed for access to an under ground level gym. Rated at pedestrian loading, operated by two 24v DC Actuators. The pan type door was recessed for 40mm paving slabs infill. The patent frame with unique hidden hinge incorporates an EPDM unbroken seal to help prevent the ingress of dirt and moisture. Fitted with a retractable safety grid operated by 24v actuator. Supplied with a Zen controlled 240vAC/24vDC electrical supply, transformer.
Walk on Glass Access Hatch

Walk on Glass Access Hatch

Surespan

Surespan manufactured this HIACE/GWO aluminium, single leaf, flush floor access hatch for a company in London to fit structural opening 2600 x 650mm, recessed with TripleLite ‘Walk-on-glass’ infill. The lid is operated by two 24v DC actuators. The TripleLite 34mm thick glass to suit pedestrian domestic loading only. The patent frame with unique hidden hinges incorporates an EPDM unbroken seal to help prevent the ingress of dirt and moisture. This access cover is not watertight, it is self-draining. Should any water pass the seals it will be dispersed via an integral drainage channel.
30-34 Langham Street

30-34 Langham Street

TRC Windows

This Edwardian office building in a London west end conservation area has undergone a remarkable transformation, re-emerging as luxury apartments. The project, led by architects De Metz Forbes Knight, redesigned and updated the stone-fronted property on the corner of Great Portland Street and Langham Street, which boasts high windows and fine London. We were appointed to design, supply and install 71 heritage casement windows which would reflect the original styling yet provide modern thermal containment. We created the windows using Slimlite double glazed units with larch frames, and also applied EPDM sealant to further contribute to energy efficiency.
Boxed Glazed Roof Access - Circle Bath

Boxed Glazed Roof Access - Circle Bath

Surespan

Surespan was selected by internationally renowned architects Foster + Partners to design and manufacture two roof hatches for Circle Hospital Bath – the new centre of clinical excellence due to open late 2009. The huge single leaf glazed roof hatches are electrically operated by push button switches, one hatch incorporating a side door. The high spec glazed lid is supported by heavy duty aluminium hinges and features an integral ‘wrap over’ edge, incorporating double unbroken EPDM seals. The hatches offer a high level of thermal insulation against heat loss and condensation, together with excellent sound absorption properties.
National Trust Visitor Centre

National Trust Visitor Centre

Carlisle Construction Materials Limited

The National Trust visitor centre at Tarn Hows in the Lake District is set in a protected Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). EPDM was specified for the roof because of its environmentally friendly credentials which have the backing of Greenpeace. Hertalan roofing products were chosen because of ISO9001/14001 and BBA certification. The membranes were a combination of factory vulcanised sheets and easy weld rolls which were installed in accordance with strict FLL/GRO guidelines. The specification for the green roof insisted on local species of sedum and had over 2000 plug plants installed into 150mm deep recycled growing substrate.
Modular in, Modular out’ – M-Trays® transform construction huts in Knightsbridge

Modular in, Modular out’ – M-Trays® transform construction huts in Knightsbridge

Wallbarn Ltd

A three year construction project in Knightsbridge required a temporary green roof on welfare huts. The local residents were concerned about overlooking these steel huts long-term. The solution is M-Tray® – our modular green roof system. The steel huts were wheeled into position on site on skates. They were covered with an EPDM waterproofing membrane. M-Tray® units were installed. They were easily carried up the stairs by hand and installed by hand within minutes. The modular and portable M-Tray® can just be unclicked and lifted away upon completion of the construction process.
easyGym Oxford Street

easyGym Oxford Street

Total Vibration Solutions Limited t/a TVS Group

Because of its position on the upper level of a busy shopping plaza in the heart of London, this gym required a robust flooring solution for the weightlifting area.The selected solution needed to help the gym co‐exist comfortably within the surrounding retail environment.To fulfil this requirement, TVSsupplied SPORTEC Style impact attenuating rubber floor tiles, made from a mixture of black recycled rubber bound together using a polyurethane resin with a coloured EPDM granule added to the wear layer.This product was chosen because the highly resilient material offers substantial protection to the substrate and is particularly effective in busy weight training areas where dumbbells are dropped frequently.The interlocking tiles are simple to install and require little tono maintenance.The resulting floor covering offers good grip underfoot and the bright orange fleck also complements the company’s striking corporate colour scheme.This area of the gym is used for activities such as deadlifting, squatting and bench work using dumbbells.
A STAGE FIT FOR TOMORROW’S FA STARS

A STAGE FIT FOR TOMORROW’S FA STARS

Zaun Limited

The FA wanted only the best for its highest-profile ‘social pitch’ at St George’s Park, its new centre of excellence in Staffordshire, opened in October 2012 by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – FA President Prince William wife, Kate.The fence at Pitch No 2, the David Beckham Pitch, needed to take sponsorship and branding and keep rattle and noise to a minimum. The FA also wanted to fit in with the landscaping of the National Forest in which the centre sits.The SolutionThe system had to be in keeping with the environment – even down to surfacing the pitch surrounding the same golden colour as the car parks. In addition, it needed to limit noise impact on neighbours and cause minimal disruption to pitch use during installation as the fencing went in after the pitch.They chose a quality system that will last on this high-usage pitch at heights of 2m and 5m with EPDM inserts to insulate the fence panels from the posts to reduce noise during impacts to 72dB compared with the 93dB of wooden panels.Zaun designed its Super Rebound to take branding and sponsorship signs and fencing to remain robust even in brisk winds when the graphics can threaten to act as a ‘sail’.The installation, which is around a pitch that is primarily used by the public rather than for England training, carriesZaun’s industry-leading 12-year product guarantee.Zaun worked closely with East Staffs Borough Council on planning consent and with the St George’s Park groundsmen and facilities team to complete a tight programme of works on the £105m complex on budget and in time for the royal opening.

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