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Unique roof and facade system by BEMO


BEMO-SMOOTH – using standing seam as the weather surface and to provide the thermal and acoustic insulation requirements, the unique BEMO-TOP and BEMO-AKKORD rail systems can be used to support almost any rainscreen panel, creating a flat roof surface. This


has been used to stunning effect on the new Convention Centre in Baku, Azerbaijan. BEMO engineered the standing seam geometry for the 18,000m² roof and facade, taking advantage of the thermal bridge free GFK halter and a project-specific top hat sub-construction.


sales@bemouk.com www.bemouk.com Another Gold Standard from Metalline


Metalline’s glazed in Ultima insulated panels have provided a specialist touch to the recently completed Weybridge Business Park in the Borough of Runnymede. The bespoke glazed in panels which feature on the window


surrounds were coated in ppc golden beach metallic and feature a fluted design that met the architects vision for the external envelope of the building. The aluminum outer face was fitted with extruded box sections to give the fluted appearance. Ultima panels are traditionally specified in aluminium with either an anodised finish or in a range of polyester powder coated RAL and metallic colours.


01543 456 930 www.metalline.co.uk


Limitless design possibilities


Trimo, a leading architectural solutions provider, presents Qbiss One; a cost-effective, complete composite panel system insulated with mineral wool. Selected by industry leading names such as Mecanoo and Purcell Architects, Qbiss One is distinguished by its unique rounded


corner and non-combustible core. Offering numerous joint options and surface treatments, Qbiss One provides the ultimate solution for aesthetics, design and function. The prefabricated system offers limitless design prospects, while minimising construction time.


0203 1960800 trimo-group.com/en/trimo BIM objects added to NBS Library


BIM objects for VMZINC roofing and facade systems are now hosted by the NBS National BIM library. They include build-ups for composite, interlocking, overlapping, flat lock panel and sine wave profile facades and standing seam roofs. Operational Marketing Manager Jonathan


Lowy commented, “We are pleased to be part of the largest and fastest growing library of BIM objects. Any update to those already downloaded is immediately highlighted to the specifier and all can be accessed directly from the NBS plug-in for Autodesk®


Revit® 01992 822288 www.vmzinc.co.uk


SHAPE VARIETY PROJECT


Airport, Zagreb // Croatia ARCHITECTURE: IGH d.d. & Neidhardt arhitekti d.o.o. & Kincl d.o.o.


BEMO-MONRO STANDING SEAM


BEMO-MONRO Freeform standing seam is becoming more prevalent in the worldwide market, featuring on prestigious projects such as the Mriya Resort in Crimea, the Wei-Wu-Ying Centre Kaohsiung in Taiwan and the spectacular new airport terminal in Zagreb. BEMO UK has developed a new RIBA approved CPD aimed at architects wishing to understand the complexities of Freeform standing seam roof design; for more information please contact us.


www.bemoprojectengineeringuk.co.uk


BEMO UK // Derbyshire T: +44 1773 853 694 E: sales@bemouk.com


ADF SEPTEMBER 2017


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