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  • A Proctor Group: Roof breather membrane protects historic college roofs
    Roof breather membrane protects historic college roofs
    A Proctor Group
    The roofs of the magnificent historic buildings of King’s College Cambridge are being renovated and protected with the combination of Collyweston slate and Roofshield® breather membrane. Roofshield has long been recognised...
  • Dunhouse Quarry Co.: Dunhouse Buff walling for historic Shildon Coal Drops
    Dunhouse Buff walling for historic Shildon Coal Drops
    Dunhouse Quarry Co.
    The historic Coal Drops were constructed in 1846/7 to streamline the process of refuelling steam locomotives at Shildon, Co Durham. They ceased operation in 1935 but are a surviving physical link to the extensive coal mining...
  • Marley: Shingles in church renovation
    Shingles in church renovation
    Marley
    Marley supplied JB Shingles as an effective roofing solution for the restoration of All Saints Church spire in Cartmel, Cumbria. The conservationists specified rustic-looking JB Shingles as the project needed a long-life...
  • Standard Patent Glazing Co: Heritage patent glazing system, Florence Institute
    Heritage patent glazing system, Florence Institute
    Standard Patent Glazing Co
    The 'Florrie' is a unique Grade II listed visitor attraction in Liverpool offering superb Victorian architecture. The Heritage glazing system was chosen as the perfect replacement glazing system for this duo-pitched...
  • Cleveland Sitesafe: Modular buildings for Ruislip Lido Railway Society
    Modular buildings for Ruislip Lido Railway Society
    Cleveland Sitesafe
    Cleveland Sitesafe Ltd has been supplying buildings to the Ruislip Lido Railway Society since 1997. Buildlings supplied have been used as ticket offices, carriage sheds, maintenance stores, a shop, cafe and staff canteen for...
  • Standard Patent Glazing Co: Traditional patent glazing - Admiralty Building, London
    Traditional patent glazing - Admiralty Building, London
    Standard Patent Glazing Co
    The Standard Patent Glazing Company manufactured and installed Traditional patent glazing on several areas of the roof of The Admiralty Building in London, where the worldwide affairs of the Royal Navy were run for centuries...
  • Howe Green: Bespoke floor access panels for historic baths
    Bespoke floor access panels for historic baths
    Howe Green
    Howe Green designed and manufactured two bespoke runs of brushed stainless steel floor access panels to sit either side of a 5m see-through glass floor designed to provide visitors with a dramatic view. The floor panels give...
  • Silva Timber: Cedar shingles for remembrance garden's woodland walkway
    Cedar shingles for remembrance garden's woodland walkway
    Silva Timber
    Blue label Western Red Cedar shingles were used to create a natural-looking covered walkway through remembrance gardens. In the UK most roofing is made from clay, concrete or slate tiles and timber materials are often...
  • Hydron Protective Coatings: Fire protective coatings help preserve historic house
    Fire protective coatings help preserve historic house
    Hydron Protective Coatings
    Hydron Nu-Flame protective paints were applied throughout Dudmaston Hall, part of the National Trust. Continuous maintenance is undertaken throughout the house to ensure the estate's high standards are met. This includes the...
  • Bolton Gate Company: Collapsible gates secure 17th century Witley Court
    Collapsible gates secure 17th century Witley Court
    Bolton Gate Company
    Bolton Gate designed and manufactured collapsible gates for Witley Court, a ruined Italianate mansion built in the 17th century and expanded in the early 19th century by architect John Nash. When the gates are retracted...
  • Delta Membrane Systems: Below-ground structural waterproofing for historic house
    Below-ground structural waterproofing for historic house
    Delta Membrane Systems
    A below-ground structural waterproofing solution was needed to create watertight living quarters in the basement of Wildernesse House, a Grade II listed Georgian House in Kent. Delta Registered Installer Timberwise (UK) Ltd...
  • Elefant Gratings: Walkways, stair treads and landings for HMS MM.3
    Walkways, stair treads and landings for HMS MM.3
    Elefant Gratings
    HMS MM.3, launched in 1915, is the only surviving ship of the first World War Gallipoli campaign. She is now a visitor attraction docked at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. Galvanised Type O5-M treads with powder coated nosings...
  • Norbord: SterlingOSB for wall panels at Kelpies visitor centre
    SterlingOSB for wall panels at Kelpies visitor centre
    Norbord
    Norbord’s SterlingOSB have been chosen for the construction of wall panels at the new visitor centre for the Kelpies, artist Andy Scott’s enormous steel horse-head sculptures near Falkirk, Scotland. SterlingOSB was specified...
  • RIW: Waterproofing a National Trust visitor centre site
    Waterproofing a National Trust visitor centre site
    RIW
    The design of a new £4 million, 1,350m2 visitor centre at one of the National Trust's most popular beauty spots in Cheshire – Dunham Massey – was a significant project for Brownhill Hayward Brown Architects. The proposal was...
  • Door operators for historic Bannockburn Visitor Centre
    GEZE UK
    With 80,000 visitors expected at The Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre in Scotland in the first year alone, architect Reiach & Hall specified two automatic doors from GEZE UK to create a stylish lobby that would meet the...