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Oct27

James House, Belfast

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Alumasc Replaces 13-Year-Old EPDM Roof Short of its Declared Lifespan Since 2004 upon what was once Belfast City’s Gasworks, overlooking the River Lagan, James House hasbeen home to office accommodation for various government agencies. Originally complete in the earlyaughts on … More >>

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Oct27

University of York

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Heslington East Campus Student Residences: Sustainable and Efficient Expansion Goals Architects Sheppard Robson alongside Graham Construction sought to futureproof accommodation by incorporating multi-use buildings, including catering outlets and social hubs. Key to the brief was using the latest in safety, … More >>

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Sep20

177 Bothwell Street, Glasgow

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Scotland’s Largest Single Office Building with Rooftop Running Track and 360 Panorama. A Sustainable and Futureproof Roof, Harnessing the Power of the Outdoors Bothwell Street in Glasgow is now home to an exceptionally progressive office space – making way fora … More >>

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Feb1

First Blue Roof in Wales at easyHotel, Cardiff

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A 5-minute hop from Cardiff Queen Street and you’ll find the first blue roof in Wales. Upon what was formerly 1960’s office accommodation the Cromwell House site has been transformed into an 8 storey, 120-bedroom easyHotel with a rooftop stormwater … More >>

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Sensitively designed to keep a low profile in its exceptional surroundings, the new Conwy Culture Centre has recently opened its doors to the public. A Blackdown extensive sedum green roof completes the low-lying, single storey centre, helping it to become … More >>

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Alumasc Derbigum Olivine roofing absorbs and neutralises CO2 on contact, as it falls in rainwater. This ground-breaking technology has been used in the recent redesign and refurbishment of Nottingham Trent University’s Clifton Campus Library, which now features over 1000m2 of … More >>

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Boasting iconic views over the River Thames, taking in the London Eye, Big Ben, and the iconic Houses of Parliament, Waterloo’s shining Whitehouse Apartments are iconic in their own right. Standing fourteen stories tall among the Southbank’s cultural swathe, the … More >>

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One of the busiest buildings at the University of Dundee was able to benefit from a complete replacement of its waterproof roofing with Alumasc Derbigum Olivine roofing membranes. The August 2018 project ran for six weeks and was completed on … More >>

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In its largest building project in over 100 years, the Victoria and Albert Museum’s Exhibition Road Quarter achieves architectural cohesion between museum and street with the help of Alumasc Water Management Solutions (AWMS) and Alumasc Roofing Systems. In a project … More >>

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    Constructed by CCG, The Ellerslie Road Development is a new build, high rise residential project located in the Yoker district of Glasgow on the northern bank of the River Clyde and is the tallest CLT building in Scotland. Cross … More >>

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