Category Archives: Flat Roof Membranes

Due to heightened activity and demand in the Northern Regions of the UK, Alumasc Roofing Systems have strengthened their ranks over the past 12 months. TEAM BIOGRAPHY: Liam Jackson MSc AIoR – Technical Manager – Northern UK & Ireland Liam … More >>

The £4.5 million Moondance Sports Hall will provide a new space for the students of the college to work together to improve their health, fitness and wellbeing.     This project utilised 1,500m2 of Hydrotech Hot Melt Waterproofing and Blackdown … More >>

The prestigious new home for the School of Law and a new social hub is a key element in the major investment of £350m in world-class facilities for staff and students planned over the next decade at Queen’s University, Belfast. … More >>

Tucked away in the rolling hillsides of Monmouthshire is The Decoy Bunker. The original bunker was built in 1941 and was designed as a special decoy target for German bombers. The secluded bunker has now been fully restored and is … More >>

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Pear Tree Infant School required a full flat roof refurbishment following an initial survey that showed that the existing system had come to the end of its serviceable life. The existing roof finish was stripped back from the metal deck … More >>

Alumasc Roofing Systems, the leading supplier of innovative, high performance waterproofing and green roof systems, has developed a free, CPD points-qualifying seminar about the refurbishment of flat roofs. Developed to raise awareness of the different issues associated with flat roof … More >>

Cambridge Assessment, the university’s international exams group, will be moving to a new home in 2018. The Triangle, the new international headquarters will bring together all Cambridge Assessment’s Cambridge-based staff, currently based in 11 different offices across the city, bringing … More >>

The first phase of the development sees the delivery of housing and community facilities. Prioritising housing seeks to meet the current housing supply shortage in Cambridge. Alumasc Roofing Systems were specified throughout various roof areas by a joint venture with … More >>

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Mar27

Making Roofs 'Cool'… Alumasc Derbibrite

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Alumasc Derbibrite membrane recently provided the perfect solution on a residential property in North London. The client requested an ecological solution to improve the thermal performance whilst increase solar reflectivity to help regulate the internal temperature of the building.   … More >>

The prestigious new Banbridge Community Treatment & Care Centre (CT&CC) in County Down, Northern Ireland, has an effective long-term water-proofing solution, after 2,500m2 of Alumasc’s Hydrotech waterproofing systems, covered by Alumasc’s Intensive Blackdown green roof and Derbigum, was installed on the … More >>

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