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Robert Wilkinson

Robert Wilkinson

Marley Ltd

From the Marley range of anti-slip timber decking products, Playscheme chose Marley CitiDeck as the product of choice for the Robert Wilkinson memorial project.
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Wixams Retirement Village

Wixams Retirement Village

Marley Ltd

Approximately 5,000 square metres of Marley Edgemere and Marley Concrete Plain Tiles were installed as part of a £44m new-build project by Galliford Try at Wixams Retirement Village. Galliford Try led the Wixams Retirement Village project from start to finish, with NRA Roofing and Marley working together for the installation & manufacture of roofing products. Key reasons for the specification of Marley Edgemere and Marley concrete plain tiles included the cost-competitiveness of the tiles as well as the visual appeal and product attributes which would make the installation process quicker and more efficient.
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Beaconsfield Eleven

Beaconsfield Eleven

Marley Ltd

Marley's Acme Double Camber Clay Plain Tile in Burnt Flame has been used by EAB Homes and Developments Ltd on their award-winning development in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire. EAB Homes is a boutique developer, building exceptional, high-end residential properties. They specialise in the design, development and construction of bespoke family homes for buyers who appreciate the very best, and that's why they chose to use Marley roof tiles on their Buckinghamshire development.
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Cheswick Place

Cheswick Place

Marley Ltd

Bloor Homes has chosen Marley's Edgemere slates in Smooth Grey and Smooth Brown as a cost-effective roof finish for 95 new homes in the Solihull village of Cheswick Green.
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Chester Zoo

Chester Zoo

Marley Ltd

 A tight construction deadline, listed building challenges, and the presence of a protected bat population, were some of the considerations Marley has helped successfully overcome on a roofing refurbishment project at Chester Zoo. 
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AJC Homes

AJC Homes

Marley Ltd

A luxurious housing development by AJC Homes Scotland in one of the most exposed parts of the UK has used Edgemere concrete interlocking slates and a full dry fix system from Marley for their roofing.
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Stokeminster School

Stokeminster School

Marley Ltd

A combination of product quality, technical support, and aesthetic appeal has seen Marley’s Acme Double Camber Clay Plain Tiles specified for a major roof replacement project at Stoke Minster school in Stoke-on-Trent.
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Brickyard Lane

Brickyard Lane

Marley Ltd

A luxury self build project in Warwickshire has used an innovative mixed brindle clay plain tile, the Marley Acme Single Camber, to give the roof a traditional, high quality aesthetic, in keeping with the home’s rural surroundings.
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North Ayrshire Council

North Ayrshire Council

Marley Ltd

Combating fuel poverty through solar power was at the heart of Marley’s project with the North Ayrshire Council.
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Apartment Block - Lithuania

Apartment Block - Lithuania

Marley Ltd

When colour is the primary concern, and the project is happening over 1,000 miles away, Marley had to get creative. 
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Spire Health Care

Spire Health Care

Marley Ltd

Working on an operational site is always a challenge. Ensuring minimal disruption to staff and patients was just one of the considerations Marley helped overcome.
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Bro Pedr Fardd

Bro Pedr Fardd

Marley Ltd

ADRA, the largest social housing provider in North Wales, has collaborated with Marley on a new build project that deploys a solar PV solution on the roofscape. Key to its success was the spirit of teamwork that saw Marley support ADRA throughout the project’s journey. Based in North Wales, ADRA is responsible for 6,800 properties and supports 15,000 local residents. Embarking on its own sustainability journey, the social housing provider needed an effective solar PV solution for the roofscapes of two new semi-detached properties constructed in Bro Pedr Fardd, Gwynedd. A total of 12 Marley SolarTile® panels were specified across the two properties, with the objective behind the product choice, ensuring that the tenants would have access to a clean, sustainable, and cheap energy source to support their daily lives. The need to decarbonise housing stock and create energy efficient, sustainable homes for the future is a vital element of the UK’s progress to net zero by 2050. With regulatory changes to building regulations under Part L now mandatory, those charged with delivering new homes are seeking practical and cost-effective ways to ensure compliance while building high performing homes.
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Hollinwood Business Park

Hollinwood Business Park

Marley Ltd

Following the acquisition of planning permission, the Hollinwood Business Park, a former brown field site, will see seven new office buildings constructed, all in the style of cotton mills built in the 1800s.The first of these buildings, Block G, has now been constructed and is benefitting from the installation of renewable solar PV technology to ensure the new business park can have a sustainable future in the decades ahead.The project has seen the installation of 114 Marley SolarTile® panels on to the roof of a large building that forms part of the all-new Hollinwood Business Park in Oldham.Marley’s SolarTile® solution was specified to provide access to a sustainable energy source that will help power the newly constructed site, helping to control energy costs and provide an additional attractive incentive to companies looking to relocate to the business park.
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Chippenham Care Home

Chippenham Care Home

Marley Ltd

Marley's Modern Interlocking Concrete Tiles within the shade of "Smooth Grey" were specified for the roofing of this new and wonderful extension of the Chippenham Care Home, which is opposite to Chippenham's newly built Golf Clubhouse. The Modern interlocking concrete tile is heavily chosen due to its slate-like appearance, ease of installation and due to it being a economical choice.
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Denbighshire City Council

Denbighshire City Council

Marley Ltd

Denbighshire Council has become one of the first local authorities in the UK to pilot a new type of solar pitched roof system, with the aim of cutting maintenance costs and helping tenants reduce their energy bills. The pioneering refurbishment scheme has seen Marley’s full pitched roof system, with integrated solar panels, installed on 110 homes and surveys are already taking place for a second, larger phase. 
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All Saints Medical Centre

All Saints Medical Centre

Marley Ltd

Cottrell & Vermeulen Architects specified Marley Western Red Cedar Shingles in order to complement the surroundings. They recognised the excellent aesthetic qualities, along with providing a low maintenance building with a high level of thermal insulation, whilst also meeting the planning authorities requirements of keeping the building sympathetic to the historic church on the same site.
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Backwater in the Norfolk Broads

Backwater in the Norfolk Broads

Marley Ltd

A custom-built detached home situated on a peninsula in a secluded lagoon, and featuring Western Red Cedar Shingles from Marley has scooped a number of leading industry awards. Located in the Norfolk broads, Britain’s largest protected wetland, Backwater, which was created by, Platform 5 Architects, is made up of three self-contained modules. Each individual module is further complemented by the cedar-clad pitched roofs found at the front of the property. This project won multiple awards; RIBA East Award 2017 and Custom and Self Build Project of the Year at the 2017 Structural Timber Awards.
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The Magical Hideaway - Chelsea Flower Show

The Magical Hideaway - Chelsea Flower Show

Marley Ltd

Taking place from 23 - 27 May, Marley’s Western Red Cedar Shingles have been specified on an eye-catching garden design project set to grab attention at the highly anticipated RHS Chelsea Flower Show.Supporting a design by world-renowned treehouse consultancy, Blue Forest, the shingles are helping to showcase a fairy tale creation called The Magical Hideaway. The mystical design was created in collaboration with architects Randle Siddeley Limited and includes a charming treehouse and hillside hollow set within an enchanted meadow garden and features whimsical finishes and furnishings to ignite the imagination of anyone who enters. To support the project, Marley supplied a total of 30 bundles of its Western Red Cedar Shingles to create the exterior of the treehouse, helping to encase it with a warm and high performing envelope that enhances the natural scenescape of the highly creative Blue Forest show entry.Stuart Nicholson, roof systems director at Marley, commented: “The Magical Hideaway concept is inspiring, so it’s great our Western Red Cedar Shingles are playing a part in helping to bring it to life. Creating, building, and delivering on such projects can be challenging and complex and we worked alongside the Blue Forest team to ensure flexible product delivery matched their build requirements to meet various deadlines for the show.“It is a fantastic example of how the shingle finish can be used imaginatively. We hope the design enjoys great success at the show.” Andy Payne, Managing Director for Blue Forest, added: “We chose Shingles from Marley as they effortlessly enhanced the natural woodland look and feel we wanted to achieve with the project. The finished design is stunning, and we’re excited to welcome guests to the stand, and see them immerse themselves in a magical setting.”
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Binton Road in Welford, nr Stratford upon Avon.

Binton Road in Welford, nr Stratford upon Avon.

Marley Ltd

Beauty & Heritage - Marley’s Hawkins Fired Sienna clay plain roof tile, the perfect specification choice for a new development in Warwickshire. Properties had to fit seamlessly into the surrounding landscape, while also meeting strict planning regulations. Keith Greenall, MD for Greenall Construction, “The mock Tudor architectural style, incorporating natural materials meant we wanted to find a roofing solution in keeping with the look we had established. “The development required a clay tile perfectly matching the aesthetics within the village & the planning committee were happy the clay material suited the ambience & style of the development & local area.”
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Vicarage Lane

Vicarage Lane

Marley Ltd

Lincoln Clay Interlocking Pantiles in Rustic Red have been installed on the roofing of a new build home in the village of Wellingore, near Lincoln. Lincoln combines the bold and beautiful curves of traditional clay pantiles with all the installation simplicity and speed required for today’s roofs.This means that Lincoln affords the rich appeal of natural, clay pantiled roofs, a thin leading edge and a beauty that matures over time.
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Quintain House

Quintain House

Marley Ltd

Quintain House's clay tiled roof is sympathetic to those in nearby traditional villages in the surrounding area.
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Cedar Barn

Cedar Barn

Marley Ltd

A barn conversion in the picturesque village of Witham Friary, near Bath, was completed using 10,000 Acme Natural Orange Double Camber clay plain tiles and plain angle clay ridges. The Natural Orange colour was selected to contrast with the local stonework and the traditional cedar shingles used on the vertical elevations and the central atrium between the two buildings. The unique double camber format of the clay plain tiles also adds a subtle texture and character to the roof with accentuated light and shade.
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Llwnderw School

Llwnderw School

Marley Ltd

Western Red Cedar Shingles with FRT Exterior® Fire Retardant Treatment (AA Rating) provided the Welsh Primary School in Swansea with feature cladding to the curved external walls, in order to create what the architect described as a ‘cedar shell’.
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Dudley Care Home

Dudley Care Home

Marley Ltd

When looking for a cost-effective, but premium roofing solution for a care home in Dudley, Riven Edgemere was specified to provide the perfect option, on budget and on time.
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Edgemere Case Study

Edgemere Case Study

Marley Ltd

Edgemere Case Study
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Hawkins Staffordshire Blue

Hawkins Staffordshire Blue

Marley Ltd

Hawkins Staffordshire Blue case study
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Ashdowne Case Study

Ashdowne Case Study

Marley Ltd

Ashdowne Case Study
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Lincoln Case Study

Lincoln Case Study

Marley Ltd

Lincoln Tile Case Study
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Naylor and the Olympic Legacy Part 5

Naylor and the Olympic Legacy Part 5

Naylor Concrete Products Ltd

The Athletes Village There were a number of contractors building blocks for the Athletes accommodation, but amongst the Brickwork Contractors using Naylor Concrete Lintels were Lee Marley Brickwork Contractors of Reading.
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Absorb-R GypLine αw at Stargroves Grade II Listed Building

Absorb-R GypLine αw at Stargroves Grade II Listed Building

Soundis

Stargroves, a Grade II listed building, is a manor house and estate in Hampshire. Its best known for being the home of Mick Jagger in the 70s. The on site recording studio has been used by The Rolling Stones, Rod Stewart, and Bob Marley, adding to the rich history of the site.Other bands who have recorded on the grounds include Bob Marley, Iron Maiden and Status Quo.The project entailed the refurbishment of the internal swimming pool area. Main contractor SizeBreed Construction, gave the project to Soundis, to resolve the persistent reverberation issues within the area. Crucially, however, they didn’t want a solution which took away from the character of the building.This was perfect project for the seamless 25mm Spray Plaster Boards. This system can be applied to virtually any surface, including straight and curved walls, dramatic angles and arching domes. Which was particularly helpful on the outside the pool area. Acoustic spray plaster solutions offer a more flexible, discreet alternative to traditional acoustic solutions, such as suspended ceilings.
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Goodluck Hope

Goodluck Hope

Leviat

Leviat has supplied its Ancon Masonry Support Systems, Cast-in Channels and Windposts as part of a new major residential development in East London. The products have been essential to the construction of the buildings, improving buildability on this time-sensitive residential project.Working alongside main contractor Lee Marley Brickwork, Leviat supplied its Ancon Masonry Support Systems, Cast-in Channels and Windposts to be used on the residential buildings. Leviat’s products were specified by the project’s engineers at OCSC Consulting Engineers, due to the versatility of the products.
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Park East

Park East

Keyfix

IntroductionThe Keyfix Non-Combustible Cavity Tray has been installed as part of a major housing project , Park East in South East London, helping to improve efficiency onsite, and to exceed building regulations.OverviewPark East is a £95 million development in Erith, designed by ECD Architects and developed by Wates Group. The project comprises 320 new homes, of which 20% are for private sale, 24% for Shared Ownership, and 56% for rent in order to accommodate a mixed tenure community. The modern, stylish homes are in close proximity to the local amenities and parks, with excellent transport links to London.Working alongside brickwork contractor Lee Marley Brickwork, Keyfix supplied 3,772m of its Non-Combustible Cavity Tray (NCCT), 3,528 units of corners, and 20,774 units of its Non-combustible Weep Vents to this project. Keyfix’s sister company Keystone Lintels supplied 890m of its Non-Combustible Cavity Tray Lintel, which was powder coated as per the client’s request.Challenge The main challenge faced on this project was the brevity of the programme, which ran from November 2020 to November 2021. As the project was time sensitive, the main contractor required an accredited solution which could be supplied in line with the tight-build programme. Keyfix’s NCCT presented the ideal solution to this challenge.SolutionKeyfix was able to meet the client’s objectives by providing products in accordance with their tight-build programme. To ensure the maximum efficiency of installation, Keyfix designed various types of bespoke units including preformed corners and pier units to assist Lee Marley brickwork in keeping to its the fast-paced build programme. Due to the scale of the project, the products were prefabricated, allowing the brickwork to be conducted swiftly. Despite the bespoke nature of the products, the first delivery was made just two months after the initial enquiry in September.Duncan Marley, Contracts Director at Lee Marley Brickwork commented: “On the Park East development we required various bespoke products and Keyfix were able to provide a quick turnaround on those. The Keyfix NCCT also helped us to save time significantly because the system is so quick to install. Keyfix also provided us with a scheduled breakdown of components which was a great help.”The Keyfix NCCT was specified due to its ‘one-piece system’ which allows for a very simple and efficient installation. The system is self-supporting as it doesn’t require fixing back to the internal frame, therefore saving valuable time. Additionally, the adjustability of the perp joint allows for the cavity trays to be shunted to match the brick coursing on site, ensuring consistency in the brickwork formation.The NCCT was also chosen due to its A1 fire rating. It is made from non-combustible Grade 304 stainless steel which will never contribute to fire loading in the building. This fully compliant system ensures that the Park East buildings will be future-proofed against the implementation of tighter regulations.The non-combustible nature of the product makes it an effective solution to provide DPC protection over lintels, masonry supports, soffit systems and other elements in the cavity such as fire barriers. Additionally, the fact that the Keyfix NCCT does not rely on tape or mastics to form its watertight joints negates the prevalent cause of product failure and creates a more robust system altogether.In addition to providing NCCTs, Keyfix identified where it could offer technical support, and provided a full technical review of architects drawings, a comprehensive mark-up, and a scheduled breakdown of component location. The team also attended design meetings to ensure that the products were being used correctly, as well as hosting a Tool Box Talk prior to the first install to ensure the system was installed properly.Commenting on the NCCT, Kieran Coyle of Keyfix stated, “The Keyfix Non-Combustible Cavity Tray is an A1 fire rated system, ensuring our customers peace of mind as their buildings are future-proofed and safeguarded against fire, as well as our on-site benefits.”The Keyfix Non-Combustible Cavity Tray has played an important part in the creation of a safe new-build development for future tenants to enjoy.
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Addiscombe Oaks

Addiscombe Oaks

Keyfix

IntroductionThe Keyfix Non-Combustible Cavity Tray has been installed as part of a new-build project, Addiscombe Oaks in South London, helping to safeguard the development from fire and future building regulation changes.OverviewAddiscombe Oaks is a residential housing development designed by Gardner Stewart Architects (GSA) and developed by L&Q. This new-build development offers a selection of contemporary studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments. Conveniently located in East Croydon, residents of Addiscombe Oaks will benefit from quick transport links into London Bridge, Brighton and Gatwick airport, in addition to nearby shopping centres and parks.Working alongside brickwork contractor Lee Marley Brickwork, Keyfix supplied 2,200 metres of its Non-Combustible Cavity Tray (NCCT), 434 preformed Corner Units, 1,362 preformed Reveal Returns, 8,700 weep vents, as well as Non-combustible Cavity Tray Lintels (NCCTL) over 264 openings.The primary objective for the client was to ensure that the building was constructed in line with updated building regulations, and to ensure that the building would be future-proofed against potential regulation changes. Keyfix was able to meet this objective, as its NCCT is designed to last for the life of the building. The Keyfix NCCT is a fully compliant, A1 fire-rated system, manufactured using Class A1 Non-combustible Grade 304 austenitic stainless steel, resulting in a lifespan of 125+ years for the entire system. Therefore, its use ensures that the building is protected, should building regulations become stricter in the future.ChallengeFurthermore, the main challenge the client faced on the project was keeping to the tight project timeframes. The project ran from October 2021 to August 2022, and the main contractor required an accredited solution which could be delivered in line with the tight-build programme. Keyfix resolved this challenge by supplying products which improved buildability. In particular, the provision of preformed corner units helped to significantly save time on installation.SolutionThe Keyfix NCCT was specified due to its ‘self-supporting one-piece system’ which allows for an easy and efficient installation. The NCCT’s unique design incorporates a stainless steel tray to provide rigid self-support across the clear cavity and requires no reinforcement from the internal structure using mastics or tapes. This design saves precious time for the bricklayer and eliminates clashes with other components.Likewise, the Keyfix Non-Combustible Cavity Tray Lintel was specified due to its A1 Fire Rating, high performance stainless steel, and ease of installation. As the NCCTL requires no tape or mastics, it is a system that allows the contractor to ‘fix and forget’. The design of the NCCTL also incorporates mechanically fixed Stop Ends to capture and channel water outwards via the Keyfix NCW (Non-combustible Weep). The NCCTL is the maintenance-free solution that can accommodate openings up to 2822.5mm, with lintel lengths based on brickwork opening sizes with the range based on 215mm stretcher bond as standard.Moreover, Keyfix supports its clients with the provision of a technical review of architects drawings and a comprehensive schedule and location layout plan on every project. On Addiscombe Oaks, Keyfix engaged with L&Q and Lee Marley Brickwork early on so that any challenges could be resolved before construction took place, ensuring that the project ran smoothly. Keyfix’s team attended design meetings, followed up with calls to site, and provided a Tool Box Talk and CPD webinar presentations to provide technical support and educational resources alongside its products.Martyna Kielbasa, Senior Design and Technical Manager at L&Q commented: “The non-combustible cavity tray was specified as it aligned with the non-combustible scheme throughout the whole development. Keyfix’s representatives supported our subcontractor throughout the construction process by assisting with technical reviews, itemised schedules and sign-offs on specs.”Commenting on the NCCT, Kieran Coyle of Keyfix stated, “The Keyfix Non-Combustible Cavity Tray is an A1 fire-rated system, ensuring our customers peace of mind as their buildings are future-proofed and safeguarded against fire, in addition to onsite efficiency.”Addiscombe Oaks is now complete, with the Keyfix Non-Combustible Cavity Tray system having played an essential role in the construction of a safe residential development that is future-proof against possible regulation changes.

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