The project uses 85% of recycled material to produce a building which can demonstrate ways in which to combat the 45% contribution to CO2 emissions created in the UK through architectural structures.
Details on the latest products and finishes are included in the company’s brochure, price list and installation guide, all of which are available from local Marbrex stockists.
Curtain walling and balcony doors were also installed to ensure an affordable, energy efficient and secure living block with a wind capacity of 2000Pa.
With the ability to meet any boxing or casing specification, the complete range adheres to the latest EU Timber Regulations covering the supply of legally sources timbers.
The company’s brand new Pure aluminium system, which uses polyurethane foam as a thermal barrier, is designed to offer good U values and cradle to cradle recyclability.
The website also features the PaintSpec Finder, which allows users to select products and produce a personal cover sheet to present to clients or add to tender or reference documents.
A collector card will be stamped for every transaction, which when completed will be entered into the prize draw, with a separate draw taking place in each of Johnstone’s 177 decorating centres.
Electrical and drainage work will be undertaken alongside extensive landscaping work to improve the local environment.
Despite the lack of compulsory requirements on metal gutters, member companies with the MGMA fully comply with the requirements of the Construction Products Regulations to provide high quality materials.
Ranging in height from 3300mm to 7500mm, the upper section of the casings are finished in Formica FR grade real wood laminate, whilst the lower 1200mm incorporates brushed stainless steel and flush fitting aluminium feature joints.