A. Proctor Group helps with school rebuild
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Procheck Premier 500 vapour control layer
The A. Proctor Group has supplied its Procheck Premier 500 product at the new Thomas Fairchild Community School in London.
In July 2009, fire broke out at Thomas Fairchild Community School.
At least half of the ground floor and part of the first floor were severely damaged and the school was deemed structurally unsafe.
The decision was taken to redevelop the site with a new school building with Avanti Architects of London.
One of a range of VCLs from the A. Proctor Group, Procheck Premier 500 is a strong polyethylene vapour control layer with good vapour resistance.
The woven extruded polypropylene multifilament scrim reinforcement provides improved nail tear resistance.
The sheet is translucent to ease installation and subsequent inspection of support arrangements.
The A. Proctor Group donate 10 rolls of Roofshield, high specification pitched roof underlay, to renovate The Meal Mill on the Scottish Isle of Raasay.
Exhibiting within the Scottish Pavilion, A Proctor products will include Wraptite-SA permeable membrane and a new ‘acoustic floor cassette solution.
A. Proctor Group’s high performance breather membrane – Reflectashield TF – has achieved an R-value of 0.81m2K/W after recent testing at the National Physics Laboratory.
Blown-in insulation using aerogel for maintaining moisture management in walls and improving energy efficiency is to be established by a collaboration between A. Proctor Group and three other companies.
The refurbishment of the roof at the Grade B listed Hamilton Hall in St Andrews has been completed using A. Proctor Group’s Roofshield membrane.