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Basement Pumping System, Kent

Basement Pumping System, Kent

Newton Waterproofing Systems

Newton System 500 fulfils all Listed Building requirements in this Georgian Manor House. Newton Pumping Systems installed to manage waste water, including two Newton Titan pumps and battery backup systems.
Air Kit 2 - Public Bike Pump

Air Kit 2 - Public Bike Pump

Cyclepods Ltd

Help cyclists on their journey with the Air Kit 2 bike pump. Specifically designed for the heavy duty use that public bike pumps receive and requires only minimal maintenance. The Air Kit 2 public bike pump is manufactured from galvanised steel. With four surface mounting holes and a one metre long hose, it is ideal for train stations, Universities, Hospitals and even the high street! The Air Kit 2 fits both Schrader and Presta valves, meaning that all cyclists will be accommodated for. A perfect accompaniment to our Cyclepods Repair XL Stand.
HMS Caroline and Pump House, Belfast

HMS Caroline and Pump House, Belfast

Hardscape Products Ltd

The biggest regeneration project undertaken in recent years in the Titanic Quarter, namely the £20 million restoration of Belfast’s Alexandra Dock, Pump House and surrounding HMS Caroline areas was formally opened in March 2018.
A developer’s perspective on the Aerona³ heat pump

A developer’s perspective on the Aerona³ heat pump

Grant Engineering (UK) Ltd

Based in Newbury, Berkshire, Howard Porter founded Polgate Ltd some 35 years ago. Formerly a Chartered Surveyor, he saw the opportunity to start his own company and has never looked back, developing mainly new build residential and commercial properties within around 25 miles of Newbury. Here we speak to Howard to gain his point of view on the Grant Aerona³ heat pump.
Caerphilly Council go green with Aerona³ heat pumps

Caerphilly Council go green with Aerona³ heat pumps

Grant Engineering (UK) Ltd

Four Grant Aerona³ air source heat pumps have been installed at Caerphilly Council Tir Y Berth Depot, providing renewable heating to a number of offices. The installation of Grant heat pumps was part of a wider redevelopment programme which has transformed the space to maximise its potential while also reducing carbon emissions.
CV Pumping

CV Pumping

Anhydritec Ltd

A faster drying screed required over Lewis metal decking system on a first floor. Gyvlon FD, the screed is compatible with the Lewis system and gave the client the re assurance that the 6 week deadline would comfortably be achieved. Floor was dry for floor coverings after 28 days.
Luxury new build farmhouse welcomes Aerona³ heat pump

Luxury new build farmhouse welcomes Aerona³ heat pump

Grant Engineering (UK) Ltd

A four-bedroom farmhouse built on an exclusive development on the border of Wiltshire and Berkshire, has had a Grant renewable heating system installed including an Aerona³ air source heat pump, hot water cylinder and heat emitters. This property completes the development of four sustainably built homes, all of which have Grant heat pumps fulfilling their heating and hot water requirements.
Pumping Station Chamber Renovation

Pumping Station Chamber Renovation

Step On Safety Ltd

A chance encounter a couple of years ago has resulted in the development of a close, collaborative relationship between Step on Safety and client Anglian Water, clearly demonstrated by the recent refurbishment project at the London Road Pumping Station in West Thurrock.The station has four large foul chambers, each with maintenance platforms up to 11 metres deep providing access to the inlet and outlet pumps. The existing steel grating and handrails had begun to corrode, rendering at least one of the chambers unsafe to enter. An urgent solution was required to replace some or all of the platforms in each one – a challenge under any circumstances but even more so in working chambers during flood season.The first issue was access. The chambers are classed as Level 3 Enclosed Spaces so can only be entered by qualified engineers. The condition of the platforms was, in some cases, so poor that the surveys had to be done using 3D scanners lowered into each pit. The uneven build-up of residue on the walls and existing surfaces resulted in imprecise measurements which meant that whatever material was used, some adjustment would be necessary once work started. GRP was the ideal choice because it’s faster and easier to cut – even when you’re working in a hole. It’s also lighter so easier to manoeuvre into position.The second issue was the installation itself. Because of the access restrictions, Step on Safety teams were unable to go down into the chambers to install it themselves; specialist Anglian Water engineers completed the install whilst working collaboratively with Step on Safety onsite service teams cutting, bonding and fabricating up top. It was agreed that an SoS installer would be onsite throughout the project, assisting and advising the AW teams every step of the way.The new platforms were built just above the old steel ones, which acted as a safety net during the installation. Most of the cutting and assembly was done at the SoS workshop Brantham, Suffolk, with only minor adjustments needed during the project. The GRP profiles, open mesh grating and handrail was all made using isophthalic resin which has superior resistance to the toxic environment it will sit in. As an added precaution, every cut edge was treated with resin to maintain the integrity of the materials. Once the GRP was in place, the rotten steel was disassembled and lifted out for disposal.Step on Safety’s Dave Atkins worked alongside Anglian Water crews to get the project done. “It was a new way of working for us as we are usually down in the working areas hands-on” he told us. “Communication from top side was critical in which and what measurements were needed for a smooth project installation. Marcin and Ken’s team were fantastic and I’m really happy with what we have achieved together.”Clear, effective communication was key to the success of the project and Marcin Jacobowski was more than happy with the outcome. “I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for helping me to complete this project” he wrote. “We had a lot of problems during the project (flooding incidents), but we managed at the end. What have I learned is, without the good communication and co-operation with AW Operations and the subcontractors’ support (Cadman & Step on Safety) this scheme wouldn’t be the success that it is. I can highly recommend Step on Safety for quality of work and great communication.”
Dunfermline home makes the switch from oil to a heat pump

Dunfermline home makes the switch from oil to a heat pump

Grant Engineering (UK) Ltd

A Grant Aerona³ air source heat pump has been installed at a cottage in Fife, transforming the home’s heating from an oil-fired system to a renewable alternative. The homeowners are now enjoying a warm home while also lowering their carbon footprint.
Irish new build development sees heat pumps and radiators working side by side...

Irish new build development sees heat pumps and radiators working side by side...

Stelrad Radiators

There’s a new build housing development in deepest Ireland that is proving that new renewable heating systems and radiators make excellent partners.Eastmount, on Chapel Road in Delgany, close to Greystones and just 45 minutes south of Dublin in County Wicklow, can be found just across the Greystones golf course from the Irish sea. The development by D-Res Properties, will provide 74 new three, four and five bedroom homes with open plan living and features high levels of insulation, air to water heat pumps and Stelrad’s Compact with Style radiators throughout the properties to ensure the homes are warm and cosy throughout the year. In all, around 850 radiators will be installed at Eastmount.“This is an excellent example of exactly why radiators are fully compatible with modern renewable heating systems,” says Stelrad’s Head of Marketing, Chris Harvey. “If you believed all the hype you’d expect to see underfloor heating with heat pumps, but particularly in Ireland where they are a fair bit ahead of us in the UK, they are pairing heat pumps with radiators extensively and finding that when the radiators are correctly sized, and installed in homes with excellent quality insulation, they deliver excellent heating performance. An air to water heat pump is very different technology to a traditional boiler driven heating system but once you understand that and play to a heat pump’s features and benefits, the lower temperature heating system can deliver more than adequate heating and hot water and in addition offer lower heating bills and lower emissions alongside higher energy efficiency – it’s a win, win solution for new homes builders and for the new homes owners who are lucky enough to live in these homes and benefit from the warmth and comfort they provide.”The Compact with Style radiators are sleek, attractive radiators that far from being simply a heating appliance, add significant smartness to the rooms in which they are installed – with the subtle vertical lined casings matching the attractive décor in these striking new homes.
Aerona³ air source heat pump meets heating needs for new build family home in Carmarthenshire

Aerona³ air source heat pump meets heating needs for new build family home in Carmarthenshire

Grant Engineering (UK) Ltd

A detached new build house in Pontyberem, Carmarthenshire, has incorporated a Grant Aerona³ air source heat pump and Monowave cylinder to deliver its heating effectively and sustainably.
Six Aerona³ heat pumps, four flats, two houses, one sustainable development for locals

Six Aerona³ heat pumps, four flats, two houses, one sustainable development for locals

Grant Engineering (UK) Ltd

A small development of new build properties has been completed near Helston in Cornwall, homes which will be exclusively available to local people with long-standing associations with the area. The homes have renewable heating systems installed with Aerona³ air source heat pumps and cylinders all supplied by Grant UK.
CO2 Heat Pumps Case Study

CO2 Heat Pumps Case Study

Catax (Innovation Funding)

Successful Funding Claim
The Shard

The Shard

Anhydritec Ltd

The Challenge was To pump screed 47 floors up in a ‘single pump’ operation. And to lay 1800m2 a day for the Shangri La Hotel section of The Shard. 40mm Gyvlon SKY on a resilient layer to part E, pumped internally in the building to allow the glass cladding and other operations to continue. Single pump operation at 14m3 per hour up 200 metres
Syrovarnya & Caspar Restaurant Baku

Syrovarnya & Caspar Restaurant Baku

IPS Flow Systems

A new era of dining. With Syrovarnya & Caspar, the Novikoc Group in Baku is pursuing an innovative restaurant concept with top chefs inspired by the local landscape and magnificent architecture. Here, art collections meet culinary delights, thus shaping the overall experience of a new era of dining. City, country: Baku, Azerbaijan Date of completion: 2019 Type(s) of building: Gastronomy Product(s): 1× Grease separator EasyClean free Mix & Pump, 1× Grease separator EasyClean ground Standard, 6× Grease separator Under Sink, 2× Pumping station Aqualift F XL, 3× Backwater pumping station Pumpfix F
Tesco Express Store - Shaw, (near Rochdale).

Tesco Express Store - Shaw, (near Rochdale).

Flexi Support Systems at DiversiTech International Ltd

Products: Flexi Access – Bespoke access platforms. Services: Existing condensers. Roof build-up: Existing warm roof design (bituminous felt) – Overlaid with a liquid applied plastic waterproofing layer. An operational Tesco Express store, in the heart of the Shaw community, that had existing high level rooftop condensers requiring annual maintenance. Pump House supplied a safe access solution around two existing high level condensers. Pump House carried out a site survey and provided full working AutoCAD drawings for approval. The access solution was manufactured in smaller modules which facilitated easier lifting and fitting. Pump House attended site on the day of installation.
The Biggest Hydropower Stored Plant in Europe Trusts MSA for its Fall Protection

The Biggest Hydropower Stored Plant in Europe Trusts MSA for its Fall Protection

Latchways plc - an MSA Brand

750 metres deep inside a Welsh mountain lies the biggest stored power plant in Europe. With its remote location and harsh operating environment, Engie First Hydro contacted the Latchways team at MSA Safety to provide the complete solution for all its operational and maintenance fall protection needs. 7 million cubic meters of water are pumped through the giant turbines to generate power and then reversed as pumps to return the water to the reservoir. This tough working environment presents unique safety challenges for the electrical & mechanical operational and maintenance teams when working at height.
Primary Care Centre, Tralee - F. Ball products chosen for new Primary Care Centre

Primary Care Centre, Tralee - F. Ball products chosen for new Primary Care Centre

Ball, F and Co Ltd

F. Ball products have been used as part of a refurbishment of the Centrepoint Building in Tralee, Ireland, which will now serve as a HSE Primary Care Centre. The concrete subfloor of the building was primed using Stopgap P131, a general-purpose primer for absorbent subfloors. With a quick turnaround required for the job, the pump-specialising contractors needed a levelling compound which, in their own words, “had a quick curing time, could be pump-applied, and had high compressive strength.” Ticking every box was Stopgap Red Bag levelling compound, which contractors applied at a thickness of 8mm.
Retail Store, Banbury.

Retail Store, Banbury.

Flexi Support Systems at DiversiTech International Ltd

Products: Flexi heavy & Flexi access– Heavy Duty Frames & QUAD’s. Services: Plantroom, Generator, Air-handling units and bespoke access solutions. Roof build-up: Warm roof design – Mastic Asphalt. Pump House designed individual frameworks for each item of plant, paying particular attention to correct load management through our frameworks down to the roof finish. Pump House met the contractor on-site during the assembly of frameworks to ensure a trouble free installation. We also prepared ahead of the installation AutoCAD drawings depicting the correct support of each unit, as well as pressure and roof loading calculations.
Richmond Education and Enterprise Campus - Twickenham

Richmond Education and Enterprise Campus - Twickenham

Flexi Support Systems at DiversiTech International Ltd

Products: Flexi light – flexi frames. Flexi heavy – flexi modular frames & QUAD frames. Application: Air-handling units & Chillers. Roof build-up: Inverted roof design – (upside down roof). Pump House recently supplied a number of their flat roof plant support frames to the REEC School development in Twickenham. The mechanical contractor on the project, chose Flexi Support Systems to support their rooftop air-handling units and packaged chillers. All flexi frames are fully adjustable, due to their M24 adjustable leg assemblies supplied as standard. Pump House carry out full load management reviews of all services being supported on their frameworks.
Vakkaru Resort

Vakkaru Resort

IPS Flow Systems

Holiday of a lifetime on the water. Behind-the-scene draining solution from KESSEL. White sandy beaches, azure water – Vakkaru Resort on the Maldives is a real holiday paradise. The upmarket guests are accommodated directly at or even above the water. High-performance drainage solutions from KESSEL guarantee that nothing disturbs the holiday of a lifetime. City, country: Vakkaru Island, Maldives Date of completion: 2017 Type(s) of building: Hotel, Gastronomy Product(s): Grease separator EasyClean free Auto Mix & Pump NS 4, 59x Aqualift F Compact, 13x pumping stations as individual solution, 720x design drain Invisible, 33x access cover Ferrofix
The world's largest evaporative cooling system

The world's largest evaporative cooling system

Condair Limited

Condair has designed, manufactured and supplied a spray evaporative cooling system that conditions the air across a 15-hectare site in the Saudi Arabian city of Medina by up to 10°C.Medina is the second most important pilgrimage site in Islam and is home to one of the largest mosques in the world. Millions of Muslims make an annual pilgrimage to the Saudi city, which is hot and dry all year round.In the sun, the temperature often rises to 50°C. In order to provide visitors to the outdoor site with greater comfort, large umbrellas have been erected to provide protection from the sun. There are a total of 250 sun umbrellas, with each one providing shade for an area of around 600 m².During a visit to the USA, the King of Saudi Arabia saw an outdoor air conditioning system that vaporized water, thereby cooling the air. The King was so enthusiastic about this technology that he wanted to install a similar system under the sun umbrellas in Medina.The supplier of the large umbrellas first attempted to develop a suitable system himself. When this proved unsuccessful, he turned to Condair. Within just a few months the supply contract had been signed. Condair then developed the special parts, including a special pump station that could be integrated into the enormous sun umbrellas. These water pumps are installed at a height of six meters directly below the light fixtures. In addition to the pumps, Condair also supplied the spray elements that are installed on the ventilators and discharge vaporized water.Two of the biggest challenges were the requirement for an extremely low noise level and the limited space available for installing the water pumps.Further challenges included the extremely high ambient temperatures and the exacting hygienic requirements for the system. The entire system is designed for operation in ambient temperatures up to 60 degrees Celsius.As only Muslims can access the prayer site, Condair provided training for the installation mechanics so they themselves could manage both the installation of the pump stations and the necessary hygienic control for the entire system. When all the systems are operating 50,000 litres of water per hour can be vaporized. This results in a pleasant and appreciable drop in temperature of up to 10°C across the site.Once the prototypes had been approved at the end of 2010, all 250 pump stations were manufactured in spring 2011. The installation was completed in August 2011 and since then pilgrims to the site have been enjoying cooler air temperatures thanks to the biggest outdoor evaporative cooling system in the world.
European Parliament

European Parliament

IPS Flow Systems

The EU trusts in the drainage technology from KESSEL. City, country: Straßburg, France Date of completion: 2018 Type(s) of building: Science / education / culture, public building, gastronomy Product(s): Grease separator EasyClean free Mix & Pump NS7 with SonicControl
VortexAir Hybrid exceeds expectations at family home in Hampshire

VortexAir Hybrid exceeds expectations at family home in Hampshire

Grant Engineering (UK) Ltd

In Autumn 2018, the heating system for a rural property in Hampshire was upgraded during which a Grant VortexAir air source heat pump/ oil boiler hybrid was installed. The installation of this innovative heating product now keeps the household warm, cleverly combining renewable energy with the trusted elements of an oil boiler.
Stelrad collaborate with My Home Farm

Stelrad collaborate with My Home Farm

Stelrad Radiators

Leading radiator manufacturer Stelrad Radiators has partnered with Kirsten and Mars on their My Home Farm blog, YouTube and Instagram channels, where they share their country living, smallholding and sustainability journey.The couple left their high-flying city careers to discover a new, slower-paced life in the countryside. They eventually found their dream property on the Welsh borders near Shropshire and moved into a Victorian farmhouse with two acres of land and began to share their renovation and lifestyle experiences, exchanging advice and ideas with their followers.One area they were discovering for the first time were the options available for heating their farmhouse. Off grid, in the country, the immediate go-to options are oil or LPG, but for sustainability reasons they didn’t want their home to use either.To be environmentally-conscious and finically economical in the long-term they chose renewables from the outset and switched the property over from oil central heating to an 18kW air source heat pump supported by a 6.16kW solar PV array. Over the first two years the heating performed with mixed results and didn’t deliver the heat they had expected on a consistent basis.The north end of the house and the garden room were proving difficult to heat particularly in the colder months of the year when temperatures dropped to 0C and below. The radiators, which came with the property when they purchased it, felt warm enough to the touch but were simply not delivering an optimal heat to the rooms to make it a comfortable level.As with a number of areas of the renovation work they were undertaking, Kirsten and Mars turned to the experts and contacted Stelrad for advice.Doing their own online research about radiators and heat pumps they found advice that suggested that there are hundreds of households across the UK that have ‘borderline’ radiators that barely heat rooms adequately, and it is usually heat pumps that tend to get blamed, but in many cases it comes down to incorrectly sized radiators being used.Stelrad was able to confirm that it is vital that in any heating and hot water system using radiators to share the heat around the home, the heat pump and the radiators need to be sized correctly for the rooms they are supposed to heat.In Kirsten and Mars’ case, they had an air source heat pump installed that was adequate for the farmhouse but the sizes of the radiators in each of the ‘problem’ rooms were not suitable and needed a revised heat loss calculation.Luckily, Stelrad offers a free of charge, simple heat loss calculator on its website – www.stelrad.com – where you simply need to insert the dimensions of each room, the sizes of windows and doors and of course the construction type of the house and the rooms you’re sizing for. It’s vital to know the volume of the room and the number and sizes of the heat escape routes in the room – so what insulation there is in walls and ceilings, what construction the floor is. All these factors will allow the Stelrad system to suggest the size of radiator needed in a room so they can provide the levels of heat you really need to stay warm.In the case of the difficult to heat rooms, Stelrad suggested the use of new K3 radiators. These radiators have three panels and three sets of fins, offering significantly more metal surface for the air to travel across and to heat up from before spilling out into the room providing the heating it required. You can specify single panel, double panel or triple panel – K3 – radiators depending on what the property needs to provide the right levels of heat. You can also specify larger radiators with heat pumps as they will require more metal surface to heat up to a maximum of 55C – far lower than with a traditional boiler that provides hot water at around 80C and above.It’s important to understand the different way that boilers and heat pumps operate best to get the best out of them – and even with the lower flow rates of the heat pumps, if you have the right sized radiators, they will ensure that the rooms are kept at a uniformly warm temperature when you need them to – usually settled at around 22C.K3 radiators have been quite common in mainland Europe for more than 10 years, but have only begun to feature in the UK in the last couple of years in any quantity. Stelrad initially offered just its best-selling Compact radiator in K3 format, but has now added three more of its radiators designs in a K3 option – its Elite radiators, its Compact with Style and its Planar designs.As heat pumps become more widely accepted and increasingly used in new build developments around the country, the use of K3 radiators is expected to multiply many times over until they are almost the ‘norm’ for UK homes.“We were delighted to be able to introduce Kirsten and Mars to our K3 radiators,” says Stelrad’s Head of Marketing Chris Harvey. “We’ve recently launched a new campaign called ‘Fit for the Future’ which is all about providing radiators that work with renewable heating systems, but ensuring that they are used properly which means sizing them properly and upping the levels of insulation in homes to make the most of the benefits K3s offer. Radiators are not complicated technology but to provide the best outcomes they need to be sized to ensure that the heat levels are adequate to make a home warm enough to live in comfortably.”
Urban Splash Longlands Luxury Apartments

Urban Splash Longlands Luxury Apartments

Anhydritec Ltd

Refurbishment of an old mill, using electrical underfloor heating. 50mm Gyvlon screed incorporating the electrical underfloor heating. The Gyvlon screed was easily pumped into the upper and subsequent floors speeding up installation compared to sand cement screeds. The design also maximized the effectiveness of the underfloor heating, whilst complying with Part E of the Build regulations.
Lewes Cycle Hub

Lewes Cycle Hub

Cyclepods Ltd

Lewes Cycle Hub was a full turnkey project for Cyclepods. We were involved in every step of the process from designing the initial Hub concept to carry out installation and fully equipping the Cycle Hub with state-of-the-art facilities such as access-control, CCTV, gas-assisted two-tier racks and bike pump and repair stand.
A Grant trio of technologies keep new build home in Perranporth up to temperature

A Grant trio of technologies keep new build home in Perranporth up to temperature

Grant Engineering (UK) Ltd

Tom Smith Plumbing and Heating Services, G1 Installers who specialise in renewable, eco-friendly technologies, completed the installation of a hattrick of Grant products in a new build property in Perranporth, Cornwall. An Aerona³ heat pump, Wave cylinder and Uflex underfloor heating system are working together to fulfil the heating requirements of this new family home.
Horsham Cycle Hub

Horsham Cycle Hub

Cyclepods Ltd

This Cycle Hub at Horsham Station is the third Hub that Cyclepods have installed for Southern Rail as part of their Cycle Provision Scheme. The Hub has 130 bike spaces using the Easylift+ two-tier storage system and is fully equipped with CCTV, Bike Pump & Repair Stand, Motion Sensor Lighting and Secure Access Control System and push release exit.
City College Norwich

City College Norwich

S&P UK Ventilation Systems Ltd

S&P UK was appointed by local Mechanical and Electrical (M&E) contractors to specify the bespoke ventilation requirements. Following in-depth analysis, our recommendation to supply our newly-expanded RHE 15000 was given the go-ahead. The heat recovery unit provides the highest rate of airflow for large spaces, indoors or outdoors, and is capable of pumping 4 m³ of fresh air per second
Repair XL - Public Bike Repair Stand

Repair XL - Public Bike Repair Stand

Cyclepods Ltd

The Repair XL maintenance stand is ideal for carrying out basic repairs such as repairing a puncture to adjusting brakes and gears. The tools are securely attached to the stand with PVC coated stainless steel cables and tamper-proof fasteners. Hanging the bike from the arms allows the pedals and wheels to spin freely whilst making adjustments. It is ideal for train stations, universities and even the high street! A perfect accompaniment to our Cyclepods Pump XL.
The Clydeside Distillery, Glasgow

The Clydeside Distillery, Glasgow

Tobermore

Award-winning architects Hypostyle were tasked with restoring the original B-listed clock tower and pump house on the Queens Dock in Glasgow.Tobermore Sienna block paving in Silver, Graphite and Sandstone was used to provide the perfect solution for the distillery. The graphite tones in Sienna juxtaposed with the muted colours of the distillery truly create a sense of old and new.In 2018, the distillery was recognised by the Royal Incorporation of Architects Scotland for its Quality In Architecture.
Oval Village, Kennington, North London

Oval Village, Kennington, North London

Cemfloor Liquid Screeds

Oval VillageKennington North LondonScreed Supplied By: Capital ConcreteScreed Installer: The Progressive Group Ltd.Product Used: Cemfloor NH C25F5Berkeley Group is one of the UK’s leading developers and has won numerous awards for its commitment to quality, design and customer service.Oval Village, located next to the famous Surrey Cricket Grounds, and built on the old Gas Works, is a new luxury development of 1300 homes, along with Retail, Food, and Office spaces.As part of the project brief, there was a need to install a low depth flooring solution. Due to its high flexural strength Cemfloor NH provided the solution as it allowed a 40mm screed depth to be installed, without compromising onquality. Thanks to the pumpability of Cemfloor, Progressive Group were able to pump to height, and install the screed over 18 stories, with the material being pumped over a distance of 160 meters without any issues.The main advantage Cemfloor has over other flowing screeds is the quicker drying times, and that it can accept foot traffic after 24 / 48 hours, meaning that construction could continue quickly and efficiently to meet the projectdeadline.
Le Méridien Riyadh

Le Méridien Riyadh

IPS Flow Systems

Beautiful and sophisticated 5-star hotel in the heart of Riyadh. The Le Méridien invites its guests to enjoy the good life offering limitless possibilities to explore the glamour of travel and discover the cuisine and culture of a dynamic and rapidly evolving city like Riyadh. City, country: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Date of completion: 2020 Type(s) of building: Hotel Product(s): Grease separator EasyClean free Auto Mix & Pump NS 10
Lightweight structural concrete for composite metal deck floor extension

Lightweight structural concrete for composite metal deck floor extension

Tarmac

A complete rework of a postmodern office building (60 London Wall), situated in the heart of the City of London. The project aim was to extensively refurbish, reconfigure, reinvent and reposition the building.Due to the addition of a composite metal deck floor extension and additional steel frame for the top floors, Tarmac’s Toplight C lightweight structural concrete was seen as the perfect solution as it could be pumped and ensured a weight loss of 30% whiel maintaining the necessary structural performance.
Heathrow Airport

Heathrow Airport

Ronacrete Ltd

During the regeneration of the new Terminal 2 at Heathrow Airport, Vetter UK, the specialist contracting arm of Laing O’Rourke needed to specify a fast-drying 135mm deep screed so that the project could continue with minimum disruption, saving time and costs. RonaScreed FastDry Prompt was specified for its fast-drying properties and the fact that it could be mixed at ground level and then pumped up the three storeys to the point of application, saving on time and cost.

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