Alumasc Roofing‘s Hydrotech high-performance structural waterproofing has been used on four of the buildings that won big at this year’s RIBA National Awards.
The RIBA National Awards are given to buildings across the UK recognised as significant contributions to architecture – Alumasc’s Hydrotech high performance structural waterproofing was used on four winning buildings – Kings Cross Triplets, Riverlight, the Leadenhall (Cheesegrater) building, and the V&A Museum, highlighting Hydrotech as the ideal choice when selecting long-term durable waterproofing for high profile prestigious projects.
Hydrotech is the premier hot melt system for high-performance green roofs, podiums and highly detailed waterproofing schemes, and has been used worldwide for over 50 years, with an astonishing record of zero product failures.
The structural waterproofing system is BBA approved and contains an impressive post-consumer recycled content of 30%, making it the choice of professionals in an ever-growing sustainable environment. Not only does Hydrotech contain sustainable raw materials, it also uses hydro-electric power as the primary energy source in manufacture.
Below are the four award-winning buildings:
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