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PROJECT REPORT: SPORTS & LEISURE FACILITIES


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Sika Sarnafil helps realise architect’s stunning ‘tree canopy’ roof design


been completed at St. George's Weybridge, a Roman Catholic co-educational nursery, private day school and 6th


A form college


in Surrey. The exciting new architectural development has been built as part of the establishment’s 150th


anniversary celebrations


and includes a premiership level hockey pitch and six-court sports hall, as well as a strength and conditioning suite, dance studio and flexible multi-use areas. Transforming the existing, functionally


simple sports hall, this now beautifully designed facility has a tree canopy-like roof structure draping over the building’s internal spaces. Designed by global architectural practice


Scott Brownrigg, the roof needed to achieve 30m clear spans across the main hall and the design needed to be clever and sensitive to the


fact that the site’s location sits within the green belt. It also required a flexible and durable waterproofing solution to ensure the building leaves a lasting legacy for future generations of Georgians. Sarnafil worked closely with the architects and contractors to develop a specification


n inspiring new sports facility, featuring a striking Sika Sarnafil single ply membrane roof, has just


that not only had the correct U-value, but was also compatible with the Cross Laminated Timber roof build-up and ancillary roof mounted systems used, such as Photovoltaics, Latchways, a built-in gutter and upstands for roof openings. Roofing contractor Malone Roofing was


tasked with realising the architect’s roof design. With both Malone and Scott Brownrigg having specified Sarnafil in the past, the entire team were confident that Sarnafil single ply was the right fit for this unique roof form. The architect’s vision was to create a contemporary building that would inspire students to achieve their very best. Thanks to an exceptional design, impeccable installation and Sika Sarnafil’s robust guarantees, the team have been able to achieve just that, while also ensuring this timeless design will be protected and enjoyed for years to come.


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