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Articles tagged with: Roofing

Bradley-Mason, Wolseley, Ayr

Bradley-Mason, Wolseley, Ayr

Starfish Construction has provided a range of support and works for Bradley-Mason. These include drone surveys and drone thermal imaging, through to Asbestos removal and complete roofing systems. 

Scottish Water, Bullion House

Scottish Water, Bullion House

After our drone survey identified various issues with the roof, including rotten sarking boards, which affect insulation and nail sickness, Starfish Construction restored the Scottish Water slate roof back to it's former glory providing the perfect sustainable and aesthetic solution.

City Centre Hotel, York

City Centre Hotel, York

The new liquid flat roof system will perform for a minimum of 25 years, ensuring it is now fully watertight, and the hotel has use of all rooms, providing maximum income.

Ezeflow, West Lothian

Ezeflow, West Lothian

Removal and disposal of 3,750 m2 of profiled wall cladding containing an asbestos coating and replaced with a new Plastisol Coated profiled sheet. The new cladding enhanced the natural daylight entering the building by 30% and allowed a substantial increase in thermal efficiency, producing significant energy savings.

Drinks Production Plant, Hereford

Drinks Production Plant, Hereford

Our client inherited the Hereford site after acquiring several brands. The site required some upgrading, including the CO2 recovery unit. The refurbishment of the CO2 recovery unit building had a time-critical completion day due to the new CO2 plant equipment arriving from Mainland Europe that had no flexibility on the delivery date.