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 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.
Wade HCE drainage channels were recently specified to efficiently manage water drainage at Lambeth Palace Garden Museum.
Roof-Pro’s PP-3 riser penetration units have recently been used to provide watertight pipe and cable entry points into the building at a Welsh school.
Boasting iconic views over the River Thames, Waterloo’s shining Whitehouse Apartments are iconic in their own right; they now feature Alumasc Derbigum roofing.
The Royal Albert Hall is distinctive for its unique circular architecture and Victorian styling, and it now features Alumasc Apex Heritage Cast Iron products.
Alumasc Derbigum Olivine roofing absorbs and neutralises CO2 on contact, as it falls in rainwater, technology seen at Nottingham Trent University.
Below is a list of the key features and applications of Alumasc Roofing Solutions’ Hydrotech MM6125 Hot Melt Waterproofing.
Blackdown Greenroofs recently developed a series of roof gardens and patios to cater to the young families and working parents of the community.