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52 APPOINTMENTS & COMPANY NEWS


The Dunes’ Sika Sarnafil clad roof shines in roofing awards’ single ply category


celebrating following a win at the Roofing Awards 2019. The roof of the Dunes – a stunning new beachfront development in Perranporth, Cornwall – came out on top in the Single Ply Roofing category, which was sponsored by EJOT UK. Hosted by the National Federation of


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Roofing Contractors (NFRC), TV host Sarah Beeny announced winners at a ceremony on 10th May 2019 at the InterContinental London – The O2. The awards celebrate the very best in


the industry across all roofing disciplines, recognising outstanding workmanship, problem solving, environmental qualities and contribution to the built environment. Progressive’s impressive work on The


Dunes, which was completed in August 2018, secured their place as one of


ingle ply roofing manufacturer Sika Sarnafil and South West roofing contractor Progressive Systems Ltd are


extreme wind and rain, while matching the luxury aesthetic of the build. Having suggested Sika Sarnafil’s single ply


membrane to the architect Stride Treglown, the team worked closely with Sika Sarnafil and the main contractor Acorn Blue to ensure a high-quality and cost-effective finish. Wind uplift calculations were provided


13 category winners. The Dunes project also triumphed at the


annual RICS Awards 2019: South West, supported by headline sponsor Sika. Coming out top in the Residential Property category, winners were announced at a ceremony on 22nd May 2019 at Bristol Marriott Hotel. The development was labelled exceptional by judges, who were impressed by the project’s innovative design, high quality construction and consideration for sustainability. Working on a site just 10 short metres from


the beach, Progressive was tasked with installing a long-lasting roofing system robust enough to withstand the South coast’s often


Panasonic announces winners of awards PRO Awards. The bi-annual awards


by Sika Sarnafil to the contractors, which suggested the product be mechanically fixed to ensure the roof was able to resist the formidable weather. With a combination of Sarnafil’s S327 18 EL Lead Grey single ply membrane, plus Sarnavap vapour control and SarnaTherm insulation, the outcome was a robust roof that met the requirements of the project. The skilled workmanship and clever design


saw the roof secure a 20-year guarantee, which covered all Sika Sarnafil products used in the installation.


01707 394444 gbr.sika.com Tata Steel leads the way


Panasonic has announced the winners of its 3rd


celebrate stand-out Panasonic installations across Europe that demonstrate excellence in design, specification and installation. The four PRO Award winners are: Best Residential


Project – Climamarket Efendulov LTD for Varna Wave, Bulgaria; Best Retail Project – Tech Refrigeration & Air Conditioning for Victoria's Secret Dublin, Ireland; Best Commercial Project – Fernando Oliván Avilés for Citroën Aramóvil Zaragoza, Spain and; Best Hospitality Project – Terundar for Hotel Lavida, Spain.


www.aircon.panasonic.eu


Tata Steel is delighted to announce that it has become the world’s first steel company to be approved to operate an Environmental Product Declaration Programme, helping to deliver clear reporting of its steel-based products and reinforcing the sustainability


of steel through the life-cycle. As a result, Tata Steel is now able to provide the market with third-party verified, product-specific EPDs for both its own construction products and the construction systems they become part of, in an effort to demonstrate the sustainability credentials of steel-based products.


barry.rust@tatasteeleurope.com www.tatasteelconstruction.com BakerHicks create new role to expand civil engineering capabilities


A drive to develop new workstreams and expand the Civil & Structural Engineering team at BakerHicks, the multi-disciplinary design and engineering business, has led to the appointment of Nick Wood to the newly-created role of associate director for Civil Engineering. Nick, a Chartered Civil Engineer with more than 25 years’ experience in site development infrastructure projects, has joined BakerHicks specifically to lend his civils’ experience to their Civil & Structural team, supporting the company’s growth plans. He will work with Andy Gotts, BakerHicks’ Civil & Structural director, in business development, alongside identifying further improvements to current processes, providing technical oversight and reviewing ongoing projects. A passionate advocate of apprenticeships and employee learning and development, he will similarly support the upskilling of existing and future teams in line with best-practice Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in Civil Engineering. Nick has worked across a wide range of sectors and markets, including Renewables, Housing, Waste, Industry, Commercial and Defence for both public and private clients.


01926 567800 www.bakerhicks.com


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