- Having worked previously with Leeds City Council they were well aware of the versatility of the Alkorplan membranes on new build projects.
- This project was different in that it was a refurbishment of a very poor low level roof that as leaking badly.
- Original specification asked for another felt overlay which had been attempted previously but failed and brought ‘hot working’ problems with the material as well as fire loading issues.
- The school would be occupied by children, so noise and site maintenance were a major issue.
- The Head Teacher wanted a the job finished before exams started and we had a four week window in which to work in.
De zomer komt eraan en het dak van het Sportpaleis is reeds voor een groot deel afgewerkt. Vanop de Antwerpse ring zijn de RENOLIT ALKORPLAN dakbanen goed zichtbaar.
Back in December of 2008 We were asked to carryout the production of a project specific J42 specification
Each roof was to be comprised of a different build-up/design, numbering 10 in total and needed to be a complete project in 2010
Original specification asked for a single ply membrane to all flat roofs, and a Kalzip roof to the large curved roof area at front of building.
Copper Metallic RENOLIT ALKORPLAN Single-Ply Membrane is the latest innovation from RENOLIT, manufacturer of Europe’s most comprehensive range of single-ply waterproofing membranes.
The featured project is a 1,000m² of the new metallic Copper membrane including RENOLIT ALKORDESIGN profiles.
Earlier in 2010 we called a pre contract meeting with the main contractor, roofing contractor, installer and solar supplier/installer.
Knowing that solar panels were to be installed on this roof, we decided to call this meeting to clarify positioning of RENOLIT ALKORSOLAR profiles and orientation of membrane.
Gaining the pitch of solar panels, direction of panels and number of panels we established an appropriate fixing pattern.
Client: The Pods Leisure Centre and Central Park
Type of works: The RENOLIT ALKORPLAN system has been used to waterproof each dome
Funded by North Lincolnshire Council, Yorkshire Forward and Sport England, the £21m Pods and Central Park project will become a sporting centre of excellence; a hub that will function not only as a leisure facility for the whole community surrounding Scunthorpe, but will also deliver sports education and leadership training.