The development includes top hung opening windows and door combinations, in addition to the REHAU TOTAL70R fully reversible system.
Fitting bolted cleats in place of cleats welded onto the rafters allowed transportation costs to be slashed due to the ability to stack the rafters more compactly, enabling a quicker installation process on site.
Bemo’s curved standing seam sheets are designed for installation in areas with complex shaped architecture, such as the Gatwick Airport project, which is set for completion at the end of 2014.
The new warranty guarantees that the Armstrong systems have been site tested and accredited and are free from defects in design and material when installed correctly under normal conditions.
The work was carried out around window installation and the client was presented with a 20 year all encompassing guarantee.
Johnstone’s staff provided technical advice throughout the process and work undertaken included stripping away old wallpaper from the Georgian property, which was built in 1786.
Alumasc’s Caltech cold applied polyurethane liquid roofing system was used to form a seamless membrane and loose grit was brought in to lay across the entire roof in order to cover any patchy areas.
The product is available in over 14,000 colours and can be used by specifiers as evidence for building certification schemes, such as BREEAM and SKA due to its attainment of EPD.
Managing Director, Fraser Maitland, said: Our commitment to giving customers all the site and technical support they need, then reliably delivering a quality product, to or beyond specification, on time, to site is further saving them time and effort and therefore money.
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.