BS EN 14992:2007+A1:2012 Precast concrete products - Wall elements
This European Standard applies to prefabricated walls, made of normal weight or lightweight concrete with dense structure.
AlterEgo Facades are a design & engineering led specialist supplier of GRC/GFRC rainscreen cladding systems servicing architects, specifiers, developers & cladding contractors – GRC, GFRC (Glass Fibre Reinforced Concrete), UHPC.
Reynaers systems have played a vital role in a landmark £11m project to create a brand new Sixth Form Centre for SRC Bede College, helping to create one of the best further education institutes in the Tees Valley region.
The PermaRock Track-EPS system is a mechanically fixed external wall insulation (EWI) system which can be installed to create a drained cavity space behind the insulation panels to meet the specific requirements of NHBC, Zurich and other building insurers for external wall insulation application to timber and metal frame constructions in new residential buildings.
The use of tracks to support the insulation enables greater flexibility in overcoming deficiencies in irregular or uneven backgrounds, to achieve very flat surfaces upon completion.
Fire tested in accordance with BS 8414-2: 2005 - compliant with BR 135; can be used on buildings over 18m (refer to PermaRock for further information)
PermaRock Mineral Fibre external wall insulation (EWI) systems are fire-safe, high performance thermal insulation systems that are extremely versatile and suited for application to all buildings including residential buildings, hospitals, hotels, schools, and public buildings where optimum fire performance, durability, flexibility and resistance to wind loading is required.
PermaRock Mineral Fibre EWI Systems are successfully tested and assessed to EN 13501-1:2007 + A1:2009, are A2-s1-d0 rated, and are suitable for use above DPC level on buildings including those with floor levels above 18 metres above ground level.
With a growing interest in the provision of spaces suitable for dance – for professional performance and rehearsal, private dance schools and throughout the education sector - there is increasing focus towards specifying dance floors that both meet performance aspirations and conform to health and safety requirements. The purpose of this guide is to introduce architects to recent developments in dance floor technology and practice, specification issues – including aesthetic versus performance considerations – and why the choice of floor is also critical in minimising injuries to dancers.