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Flat Roof Solutions Newsletter: January 2017

  • Detailed Case Study: Northwood Primary School
  • RIBA certified CPD refreshed for 2017
  • Roof overlay solution for shopping centre in Darlington
  • All new Polyroof Solution Finder Tool

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Polyroof BIM Models Now Available

We currently have two BIM models available - the Protec Warm Roof System and the Protec Balcony Warm Roof System - the BIM files below have been created in platform-neutral IFC format and Autodesk Revit. All NBS National BIM Library objects use the standard property set definitions specified by NBS to create a standard for BIM objects across the construction industry.


 

Aged Galvanised Steel Gutter Refurbishment

This large industrial building in Blackburn had been suffering from persistent leaks that were emanating from the failing valley gutter.
The galvanised steel gutter was heavily rusted and was in danger of becoming structurally unsound if left unchecked... [Read More]

The Protec Warm Roof System

As building regulations require increasing amounts of insulation, designing and installing a flat roof can become more difficult.
The Protec Warm Roof System has no mechanical fixings or carrier layers, allowing for efficient and economical warm roof designs that keep the height of a roof to a minimum... [Read More]


 

Grand Designs Domed Green Roof

Robert and Milla Gaukroger set about transforming an unattractive 1980's house overlooking Lake Windermere into a state-of-the-art sustainable home. In order to blend into the hillside setting, the domed roofs were to be covered with a wildflower meadow mix to provide a green... [Read More]

Durham University Gateway Project

The Durham Gateway project is a major new development at the Durham University that houses a variety of departments. The project was carried out to a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ Standard and as such only used components that had minimal environmental impact... [Read More]