The Metal Cladding and Roofing Manufacturers Association (MCRMA) is delighted to welcome a new member to the Association.
The former Holmlea Primary School is one of Glasgow’s most distinctive residential developments. It features the Heritage Cast Aluminium rainwater system from Alumasc.
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.
A range of state of the art homes in Kent, suiting all tastes and lifestyles, have been created using Alumasc Rainwater Infinity steel gutters and downpipes.
The Potting Shed restaurant pub in Langley, Kent; the latest refurbishment project to benefit from Infinity – Alumasc Rainwater’s high-performance steel rainwater system.
Alumasc Rainwater, part of Alumasc Water Management Solutions, has featured in part of phase one of a £48m project to redevelop the Royal Edinburgh Hospital
Alumasc Rainwater, the leading manufacturer of all metal systems, introduces Infinity; the new name for its high-performance steel gutters and downpipes, which comes with a 15-year product warranty and is 100% recyclable.