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46 PROJECT REPORT: CULTURAL, CIVIC & FAITH BUILDINGS; PROJECT REPORT: HEALTHCARE BUILDINGS


Waterfront Church’s Sika Sarnafil roof triumphs at 2019 Scottish Roofing Awards


Ashton Building Systems (Scotland) Ltd have triumphed at the National Federation of Roofing Contractors (NFRC), Scottish Roofing Contractor of the Year Awards 2019. The awards, which recognise outstanding standards of workmanship and technical expertise in the roofing industry within Scotland, saw the refurbished roof of Clydebank’s striking, geometric Waterfront Parish Church come out on top in the Single Ply Roofing category. The NFRC announced the winners at an


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awards luncheon presented by TV broadcaster Carol Smillie on Friday 15 November at The Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow. Judged by an independent expert panel,


Ashton’s impressive work on the building’s unique multifaceted roof – which having endured over 40 years of Glasgow’s inclement


arket-leading single ply roofing manufacturer Sika Sarnafil and leading Glasgow-based contractor


Ashton Building Systems team and Sika Sarnafil sales team with Carol Smillie and the award


weather was starting to fail and allow continual water ingress – secured their place as one of 16 category winners. Tasked with installing a new


waterproofing system, as well as upgrading the thermal value of the roof and improving roof access for safe and easy future maintenance, Ashton opted for a mechanically fixed Sarnafil system. S327-15EL in lead grey was specified due to its ease and speed of installation and the fact that it was able to be fixed onto the existing roof decking.


A welcoming entrance to new wildlife centre


Creating a warm welcome to all visitors to the Staffordshire Wildlife Trusts’ new Wolseley Centre, two TORMAX automatic single sliding doors work in tandem to create a spacious lobby area that helps ensure a clear through-flow of pedestrians whilst also reducing heat-loss from the building. Enhancing the internal ambience, natural light floods through the glass doors whilst an attractive frosted wildlife manifestation to the external door complements the aesthetics of the facade. Delivering exceptional reliability, the doors are powered by two powerful TORMAX Windrive 2201 operators which can each drive a single door leaf of up to 120kg or a double set of doors weighing up to 100kg per leaf. Tested to well in excess of current industry requirements of one million cycles, Windrive operators can be found installed in demanding locations throughout the world. The Windrive 2201 operators are a cost-effective option, are quick and simple to install and are also easy for National Trust staff to adjust to meet the demands of the day.


sales@tormax.co.uk Luceco LuxFrame at The Gargash Hospital, Dubai


Luceco has recently supplied over 2,500 LuxFrame luminaires to Gargash Hospital, Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Gargash Hospital is UAE’s first female-owned, multi-specialty, tertiary care hospital with primary focus on women’s health and childcare. The facilities comprise of two basement levels, a ground floor and two additional floors offering numerous hospital beds. LuxFrame is a minimalist LED luminaire designed with simplicity in mind for suspended ceiling grid applications, enabling the creation of imaginative lighting with cost effectiveness and energy efficiency in mind. The LED luminaires brought spaces alive with colour and light whilst still creating a relaxing atmosphere supporting patient sleep cycles and enhancing the healing environment. Communal spaces, corridors, patient bedrooms, examination suites, nurse stations and consultation rooms were illuminated with LuxFrame, designed to deliver functional lighting in an architectural yet cost effective manner. Both high and low lumen output LuxFrame luminaires with dimmable options were used with IP rated LuxPanels supplied for Laboratory areas and Mosi, a robust circular utility bulkhead, used in stairwells.


01952 238100 www.luceco.uk


Clydebank’s striking Waterfront Parish Church roof, which came out top in the Single Ply Roofing category


Involving high levels of complexity and


detailing, the system was installed beautifully across a total of 10 roof areas, resulting in a 15-year system guarantee and an added 5- year diminishing warranty by Sika Sarnafil. Ashton Building Systems’ Managing Director, Garry Easton, comments on the project’s award win: “Both we and the client were very happy with the results, and we’re now delighted to see those results recognised with such a prestigious award.”


01707 394444 gbr.sika.com


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