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STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS; EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


It’s Springtime….it’s time to install a green roof! M-TRAY®


sedum green roof from Wallbarn Ltd is the perfect solution. All the necessary substrate,


drainage and filtration elements are correctly measured and pre-loaded into the specially designed plastic module. Sedum plants are pre-grown and fully established and everything is contained. There is no mess and nothing spills out.


Each module can be carried by hand. Just place them down and clip together. The joints will become invisible to form a seamless, fully established green roof. M-Tray®


truly is an instant green roof. It is available


with a mixture of sedum species and also with native wildflower planting, designed to attract butterflies and bees.


M-Tray® is designed and manufactured in Britain. Please contact Wallbarn Ltd for more information. 0208 916 2222 www.wallbarn.com The case for factory finishing Timber: Cheshire Fire And Rescue, Lymm


The benefits of full factory finishing of architectural timber, combined with the use of translucent coatings to bring out the lustre of natural wood, are ideally highlighted in the construction of a new-build fire and rescue station in Lymm, Cheshire. While factory finishing is becoming more prevalent, it is still far from the norm, despite the many distinct advantages shown in this project. Similarly, translucent wood coatings are a less common choice than opaque finishes though, as the Lymm contract shows, they can show off the timber grain to its best effect while retaining all the weather-proofing and preservative qualities of a technically advanced exterior coating. In this case, Mighton Woodstain TP transparent top coat was specially mixed to the colour TR4131 to complement the natural colour of the Siberian Larch specified for the exterior cladding, while the translucency of the coating brought out the timber’s grain to best effect. The low-build, high-solids Mighton Woodstain TP is a one-pot solution so the single product is not only applied as primer, base coat and finish – so requires no washing out of machinery between coats – but is also used for repair and maintenance.


01223 902 455 www.mightonproducts.com


Outstanding as standard


The only timber window and door manufacturer in the UK to build products with 115mm deep frames and 68mm thick doors and sashes


Truly traditional, moulded sashes, doors and glazing bars withheritage appearance Designed for double, triple and acoustic glazing options in same profiles Totally British-made and hand-finished Manufactured with responsibly sourced, engineered Accoya®


or Larch


Extremely weather resistant with double welded continuous gaskets Whole product U values as low as 1.0 W/m2K Fully certified PAS24 tested and Part Q compliant 10 year guarantee


westburyjoinery.com | 01245 326510 Call to visit our showrooms in London and Essex


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ADF JUNE 2017


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