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GROUNDWORKS & DRAINAGE; STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS


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Over 290,000 roof slates for new town


Inspired by the aesthetics of the historic towns of northeast Scotland and the performance of traditional Scottish slate roofing, CUPA PIZARRAS’ Heavy three slate has been specified and installed by three housebuilders for the roofing at Chapelton – a new £1 billion


town being built from scratch near Aberdeen. The houses are built with timber kit and blockwork construction, featuring a light, off-white render finish and timber windows; all have CUPA PIZARRAS’ Heavy three slate installed to the roof.


01312 253111 www.cupapizarras.com/uk Firestone adds a fourth in Cardiff


A fourth building has been completed using Firestone Building Products’ RubberGard™ EPDM waterproofing system for flat roofs at the prestigious Capital Quarter development, in the heart of Cardiff’s Commercial Enterprise Zone. The RubberGard™


EPDM roofing system has


become part of a proven formula for success for developer, JR Smart, with four office buildings using the system as part of a warm roof build up. A further two office buildings are planned for the scheme and these are also anticipated to follow the same, proven specification.


01606 552026 www.firestonebpe.co.uk Glendyne restores historic chapel


Cembrit Glendyne natural slates have been specified and installed on a unique renovation project for the Historic Hampshire landmark, Netley Chapel, which saw the local community contributing financially to the restoration project. Before slating began, the public were


invited to site to mark the occasion and “sponsor a slate”. For a small donation, visitors wrote a message and signed the reverse of a roof slate. More than 900 Glendyne slates were decorated, raising £6,600 for the friends of the Royal Victoria Country Park. These slates were then installed on the roof of the chapel.


www.cembrit.co.uk Marmox soundboard supplied


A development of 55 luxury apartments is making full use of the acoustic and other performance benefits offered by Marmox SoundBoard in completing the floor construction. Canbury Construction has been kept supplied with


thousands of square metres of both board types through one of Marmox’s many stockists in the south-east. Marmox SoundBoard, like its sister product, Multiboard, features a totally waterproof core of extruded polystyrene (XPS) sandwiched between layers of glass-fibre reinforced polymer concrete, offering both thermal insulation with a conductivity of 0.035 W/mK and high compressive strength.


01634 835290 www.marmox.co.uk incorporating Building Projects magazine @architectsDF


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Roofshield to the rescue of village hall


When the residents of Ecclesmachan in West Lothian had all but lost hope of restoring the roof of the historic local village hall due to a lack of funding, a solution was found in the form of Roofshield. The A. Proctor Group’s“Roofshield to the Rescue” promotion offered community halls and centres up and down the country the


chance of up to £10,000 of support towards the restoration of a community roofing project. Roofshield has long been recognised as one of the highest performing roofing membrane solutions, providing a pitched roof underlay, which is both air and vapour permeable.


01250 872261 www.proctorgroup.com Sweep your problems under the mat


BAL’s new Flexbone 2Easy unbonded uncoupling mat is a unique system in the UK where NO adhesive is needed underneath the mat. Preparation of the substrate is reduced to a quick sweep of the floor. No removal or residue, no removal of laitance and no priming of the


surface is needed. This means that contaminated and stained floors, wooden floors, cracked screeds and mixed substrates can be tiled immediately. It can also be used direct onto difficult substrates such as bitumen, fresh sand:cement screeds or new anhydrite screeds that are not fully cured – avoiding lengthy waiting times on new screeds.


01782 591100 www.bal-adhesives.com adf architectsdatafile.co.uk


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