The luxury apartments at Chelsea Bridge in Battersea have specified Harmer Building Drainage, part of Alumasc Water Management Solutions, the latest phase of Battersea Park Development, Vista.
The development is designed by Scott Brownrigg and built by Berkeley Homes, consisting of 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments, with the remaining properties ranging from £895,000 to £1.910 million. Each group of apartments has feature terraces and private balconies with spectacular views over Battersea Park and towards the River Thames.
Harmer’s high capacity, lightweight, aluminium balcony outlets were chosen to provide drainage for over 6km of balconies, with the emphasis on outdoor living, this was essential. The Modulock channel drainage was also ideal for controlling, containing and slowly releasing excess water to the rainwater outlet.
The winning of the contract was largely impacted by Harmer’s expertise and existing relationship with Architects Scott Brownrigg and Berkeley Homes. The project started off smoothly with constant open dialogue with all parties.
Any challenges during the project were quickly rectified with Harmer’s in-depth knowledge of products and issues, and close involvement at every stage.
The development is due for completion in 2018.
Alumasc Water Management Solutions,
Phone: 01536 383810
Fax: 01744 648401
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