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40 OFFSITE EXPO SHOW PREVIEW; APPOINTMENTS & COMPANY NEWS


Double award win for Sika Sarnafil projects at SPRA Awards 2019


have triumphed at this year’s Single Ply Roofing Association (SPRA) Awards. The awards, which recognise best practice


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within the single ply roofing industry, saw Exeter-based Progressive Systems Ltd take home the Best Safe Working award for their contribution to The Dunes development (Pictured), while Harlow-based Contour Roofing (Essex) Ltd came out top in the Best Sustainability category for their work on the Temple Farm Development. Announced at SPRA’s fifth annual conference and awards ceremony, held at Heythrop Park, Oxfordshire on Thursday 13 June, this year’s awards celebrated both people and projects, with prizes taken home across six project categories. Progressive’s single ply installation at


The Dunes, a stunning new beachfront development in Perranporth, Cornwall, was


praised by SPRA for the safety measures taken amidst challenging weather conditions. Progressive’s Levi Stephens, dedicated contracts manager for the project, comments on the win: “We’re over the moon to have been recognised for our strong commitment to workforce safety in this year’s SPRA Awards. Installing single ply on this job was challenging, not only due to having a large area to cover, but also due to disruption caused by the coastal climate. With strong winds and driving rain, we had to ensure our workers’ complete safety was taken into account. However, by combining a systematic


arket-leading single ply roofing manufacturer Sika Sarnafil and two of its Registered Contractors


and thorough coverage of each roof block, high quality products and the expertise of both our roofers and Sika Sarnafil’s technicians, the roofing installation was finished on time and within budget.” Temple Farm Development, a huge multi-


roof project that saw a 34-hectare scrapyard transformed into new national headquarters for the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Britain, also impressed at the awards. SPRA said the project was a clear winner in its category for achieving a BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ rating upon completion and demonstrating a sustainable approach from the outset. Additional praise was given for the project’s biodiverse green roofing system, designed to boost the local flora and fauna above the Sarnafil membrane, while the contractor was also praised for ensuring the community and environment were respected during installation.


01707 394444 gbr.sika.com Protect Membranes & Passivent showcase solutions for offsite construction


Protect Membranes is a leading UK producer of high quality, technically advanced construction & roofing membranes for offsite manufacturing. Offering solutions for enhanced thermal performance, airtightness and management of condensation risk, Protect’s range includes breather membranes, air & vapour control layers, construction membranes for walls, floors & ceilings, membranes for specialist applications and roof underlays & accessories. Product innovation and superior performance have always been at the heart of Protect’s business. This continues with the recent introduction of two new ‘Extreme’ waterproof breather membranes launched in alignment with the STA Advice Note 18 published by the Structural Timber Association, after consultation with the NHBC. Passivent, a sister company to Protect Membranes, is a UK producer of the Hybrid Plus2 Aircool® natural ventilation system. Meeting the requirements of the Facilities Output Specification for Priority Schools Programme Phase 2 (Building Bulletin 93 & 101), interest in this natural ventilation system is growing in popularity, not only within the education sector but also in other commercial sectors where offsite construction is used. Visit us on Stand G7 at Offsite Expo.


www.protectmembranes.com www.passivent.com OFFSITE EXPO STAND NO G7 Hadley Group solutions at event of the year


Hadley Group will be bringing its expertise in light gauge steel framing solutions to stand C1 at the OFFSITE EXPO this year, as well as being a gold sponsor of the dynamic event. Taking place on 24th 25th


– September at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, Hadley


Group will showcase its high-performance light gauge cold rolled steel framing solutions for low rise residential buildings. From advice on floor and wall build ups, to a complete detailing service, Hadley Group’s expert technical team will be on hand to discuss any requirements for steel standalone structures and also ensure that they offer optimal performance according to acoustic, fire and thermal requirements.


www.hadleysteelframing.com www.hadleygroup.com OFFSITE EXPO STAND NO C1


Schueco Awards: More companies than ever On 27th


June 2019 in London’s prestigious Saatchi


Gallery, just off the King’s Road, Chelsea, a large audience of building industry professionals gathered to celebrate the winning and commended projects submitted for the 2019 Schueco Excellence Awards for Design and Innovation. Organised by Schueco UK in


partnership with Architecture Today, the Excellence Awards, now in their sixth year, were set up to recognise outstanding contemporary architecture in Great Britain and Eire. The Overall Schueco Excellence Award went to the UCL Student Centre, London, by Nicholas Hare Architects, which was also the winner in the Education category.


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