The former Holmlea Primary School is one of Glasgow’s most distinctive residential developments. It features the Heritage Cast Aluminium rainwater system from Alumasc.
The new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has become one of the more renowned and iconic spaces to have benefitted from Alumasc WMS’ expertise, receiving the full ‘rain to drain’ treatment.
Stowford Mill, built in 1787, is one of Devon’s oldest historic industrial sites to still be expanding – the existing homes already include Alumasc Rainwater Infinity Steel gutters and downpipes.
A complete rebuild and extension of a Victorian terraced house in South East London saw the specification of Alumasc Rainwater Flushjoint downpipes and hoppers.
The site of a derelict petrol station in Hemel Hempstead has recently been transformed into a new retail and residential development, with the help of Alumasc WMS.
The Heart Building, an innovative collaboration and quality assessment centre at Tesco’s Head Office campus in Hertfordshire, features a range of AWMS products.
The French name ‘Beaulieu’, given to this immaculate new development in Chelmsford, Essex, means ‘beautiful place’ – it now features a range of Alumasc Water Management Solutions products.
Alumasc Derbigum Olivine roofing absorbs and neutralises CO2 on contact, as it falls in rainwater, technology seen at Nottingham Trent University.
The V&A Museum’s Exhibition Road Quarter now achieves architectural cohesion between museum and street, with the help of AWMS and Alumasc Roofing Systems.
Introducing the next move in water management, Alumasc Water Management Solutions is launching the new AX SnapFix Extruded Aluminium Gutter System in the New Year.