Mapei was also praised for the specification of its green products through Continuing Professional Development presentations and with the support of The Royal Institute of British Architects.
Sadolin Quick Drying varnish was applied to wooden rails and panelled areas requiring a translucent finish, with a number of colour schemes being chosen by consultants to produce a bright interior with Mediterranean influences.
The track in the manual ASS 77 PD.HI system forms part of the sliding door leaf, with the roller incorporated into the sill profile to allow for safe access, whilst the panels can be up to 3.2m wide and 3.0m high, with a maximum weight of 300kg.
The three Mapei products were specified for use alongside porcelain tiles and vinyl sheeting, applied throughout a 1,236m2 area by main contractor, Buckingham Group Contracting Ltd.
The roof is now fully insulated to Building Regulations and comprises a waterproofing system integrated with the Alumasc EWI scheme, due to the installation of the Derbigum bituminous membrane.
The movement joints exceed the requirements of BS 5385 and can be used with slate, natural stone and ceramic tiled floors, with support and advice available from the Dural team on specifying the perfect product for an application.
Nikki Cosgrove, Account Brand Manager for Crown Trade, said: The Rainbow Run was a fantastic event. It was very much about supporting the charity’s three hospices, which aim to enrich the lives of children with life-limiting illnesses and their families.
Weathershield Smooth Masonry paint was used on the multi-storey car park to limit the effect of CO2 on the paint, containing a fungicide to inhibit mould growth on the paint film and making it suitable for use in bad weather, as it is shower resistant 30 minutes after application.
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