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58 STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS; EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


NRA and Galliford Try utilise Icopal


Constructed by Galliford Try for The ExtraCare Charitable Trust the new Longbridge Retirement Village will provide 260 high quality apartments and has been given the long term weather protection of Anderson Profiles XL Plus BUFR flat roofing system; part of the Icopal portfolio


of products. The Icopal system included a 120mm thickness of the manufacturer’s Thermazone Torch-on insulation to achieve a U-value of 0.18 W/m2


K to comply with Building Regulations and provide residents with a warm and comfortable living environment.


0161 865 4444 www.icopal.co.uk Three is the magic number


Senior Architectural Systems has widened the appeal of its popular PURe®


SLIDE aluminium


doors even further with the launch of a new triple track option. Senior’s PURe®


SLIDE


aluminium doors are both easy to manufacture using existing tools and cleverly designed to be


simple to adjust and install. Available in a full range of standard RAL colours, with many pre-powder coated profiles for the single and double track options now available in stock for even faster delivery, Senior’s PURe®


aluminium door portfolio also includes the PURe®


FOLD range of single swing, double swing and folding sliding doors. www.seniorarchitectural.co.uk/puredoor


Feeling better in Manchester


The £65 million Spire Manchester Hospital, located in Didsbury, is a new flagship hospital which is equipped with cutting-edge building technology, including a Levolux solar shading and screening solution. Arranged across four floors, the hospital incorporates some of the most up-to-date medical facilities available, including an endoscopy unit, six operating theatres and a conference suite. A key consideration for the design team was the sustainability of the scheme. It was important to minimise energy consumption and the CO2 emissions generated by the building. As a world-leading solar shading and screening specialist, Levolux was invited to develop a custom solution. The solar shading solution comprises a combination of horizontal and vertical Timber Fins and the Infiniti Fin system, applied externally on the outer elevations and within the building’s courtyard area. Timber Fins, engineered from Western Red Cedar, have been used on the project with variations in size, profile and orientation. This type of timber is highly recommended for external applications as the timber is relatively stable and gives a clean and consistent appearance.


info@levolux.com Innovative roofing for coastal eco-house


For a contemporary self-build eco-house, constructed in the grounds of a listed building, Catnic’s SSR2


Standing Seam Roofing and Cladding


system has provided a sustainable, aesthetically complementary and high performance roofing solution for the harsh Scottish coastal location. Finished in an Anthracite shade, 66m2 SSR2


of the Catnic Standing Seam Roofing and Cladding system


has been installed to a joisted roof. Pitched to create a double height open plan living area, it provides a striking visual contrast to the flat roof EPDM aluminium coated finish used elsewhere.


0292 033 7900 www.catnic.com Catnic raises the roof on Farm House


Manor Farm House is a Grade II listed building in Monmouthshire. Having recently been converted from dilapidated stables into two new residential dwellings – the project has benefitted from Catnic’s lightweight, durable and quick to install SSR2


Roofing and Cladding


system. Specified by AVArchitecture, the system was used to create a unique lean-to structure. With the SSR2


Roofing and Cladding system


from Catnic, the material quality and colour palette blends naturally with the surrounding environment and reflects the existing building well, yet also helps to achieve the contemporary aesthetics.


0292 033 7900 www.catnic.com


Cembrit BBA certified slates


Westerland and Moorland, BBA certified fibre cement slates from Cembrit, have helped achieve a Code for Sustainable Homes and a BREEAM ‘Very Good’ rating for a newly built £30 million retirement village in Oxfordshire. Alongside their environmentally friendly manufacturing


process, Cembrit’s Westerland and Moorland slates have a surface texture and dressed edge similar to that of natural slate. However, unlike natural slate they do not need grading and sorting prior to installation, so save valuable time on site.


sales@cembrit.co.uk Sto solution ensures a warm welcome


A complete external wall insulation solution from Sto is now helping residents at a new hotel. The solution, which includes external wall insulation, render and a special heat-reflecting facade paint, has been installed at the Park Regis Hotel in Birmingham. As the


hotel’s exterior appearance uses a striking monochrome colour scheme, the render was then overpainted with Sto’s unique StoColor X-black facade paint, in a dark grey colour. StoColor X-black allows the creation of dark colour render finishes that would be highly impractical using conventional alternatives.


0141892 8000 www.sto.co.uk


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