Archive for November, 2013

A SINE OF THINGS TO COME

Euroclad is committed to innovation. It is always front of mind for us and it is at the heart of everything we do. Whether through new product development, process improvement or service enhancement we’re always innovating to keep moving forward.

The most recent Euroclad innovation is in sinusoidal profiled sheeting for roof and wall cladding.

Recent investment in state-of-the-art manufacturing machinery enables us to provide this increasingly popular profile on a short lead time and at a competitive price.

Formerly known as ‘corrugated’ the sinusoidal profile is the granddaddy of all modern profiled roofing and cladding.

Recently this profile has experienced a renaissance; either providing a deliberately retro finish or delivering a new aesthetic to younger generations not familiar with it.  Now available manufactured by state-of-the-art machinery from premium Colorcoat pre-finished steels the profile has all of the quality and performance of modern metal cladding combined with the smooth, symmetrical curves of a sine wave.

It’s also available as an Elite System..

with specified thermal and acoustic performance; as well as a 12 or 25 year guarantee available with Elite or ElitePlus Systems respectively.

The extended family of Euroclad products is always growing; the commitment to a constant cycle of product, process and service enhancement and new product development maintain the highest possible standards across the range of products.

Press Release from M.H. Massey Roofing and Cladding Ltd

M.H. Massey Roofing and Cladding Ltd take part in building a children’s centre for Children In Need (DIYSOS). Broadcasted on BBC1 8.00pm – Wednesday 13th November 2013.

Little Miracles is a parent led support group and charity for families with children that have additional needs, disabilities and life limiting conditions based in Peterborough.

M.H. Massey Roofing and Cladding Ltd were asked to provide our roofing skills, expertise and materials (provided by our trusted suppliers) to Children in Need in order to help create the centre Little Miracles required.

‘The Spinney’ building was the first ever ‘from scratch’ new build undertaken and DIY SOS’s biggest to date, taking just 9 days to complete.

We were very happy in obliging to provide the roof and are proud to assist in presenting a fantastic new centre that will help Little Miracles continue the brilliant work they do.

Martin Massey, Managing Director said “When we were first approached to undertake providing our services for Children in Need, we had no idea where the project would be located or what works would be required. Nevertheless we had no hesitation in accepting the challenge. The location of Peterborough would test our logistics in completing the work, especially in nine days. However through the dedication and hard work provided from all our team and suppliers, we achieved our goal for a project that we will be forever extremely proud to have been involved with. It was emotional meeting the children, parents and organisers of Little Miracles, still the results of the build were shown clearly on their faces
and made all the effort more the worthwhile”

WEB LINKS

www.mhmasseyroofingandcladding.co.uk

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006pnjk

http://www.littlemiraclespeterborough.org.uk/

Million Pound Build for Children in Need

We are delighted to have helped DIY SOS complete the ‘Million Pound Build for BBC Children in Need’.  We donated a Secret Fix SF500 roof for the new home of charity Little Miracles in Peterborough, which was installed by specialist contractor MH Massey.

The DIY SOS project for Children In Need is being shown on BBC One tonight: ’DIY SOS: Million Pound Build for BBC Children in Need’ broadcast on Wednesday 13 November, 8pm. The main Children In Need appeal will be broadcast on Friday evening on BBC One. Click here for more information about Children in Need.

Little Miracles is a parent led support group and Charity for families with children that have additional needs, disabilities and life limiting conditions based in Peterborough. http://www.littlemiraclespeterborough.org.uk/

TOP TRUMPS

Vieo has been installed to finish an exciting new primary school in Cambridge.  Trumpington Meadows Primary School is a state school for boys and girls aged from 4 to 11 which features 2,600m2 of Vieo roof manufactured using the VieoZinc material; an aluminium substrate with a zinc-rich coating that looks and weathers the same as zinc but at a fraction of the price.  It wasn’t just the great looks of the Vieo roof that secured its specification but also its performance. Vieo can be installed as a warm or cold roof but in this instance it features an excellent 0.15W/m2K U-Value.  The thermally efficient roof was installed by specialist contractor TR Freeman, working for principal contractor Willmott Dixon.  Matching flashings and feature details were also manufactured by us.

The new school for the Trumpington Meadows development moved to its new permanent premises in 2013 opening its doors to 420 pupils on 4th September this year.  It has fully integrated facilities including Community and Early Years provision.

Trumpington Meadows has an exciting creative curriculum, the aim of which is to enable children to become independent thinkers, who have high self-esteem and confidence in their own skills.   We are proud to be able to contribute to such noble objectives and hope that the learning environment our products have helped to shape is conducive to such goals.

Waste not want not

Continuing our success with waste and recycling facilities we helped get Crawley’s Household Waste Recycling Centre and transfer station back to full health after being devastated by fire.  We supplied profiled steel roof and wall cladding to installer Roofing, Cladding and Building for the entire structure, as well as bullnose feature flashings, soffits and fascias.  Our products are inherently non-combustible, being constructed from steel, aluminium and mineral wool insulation.  And the corrosion-resistant materials that we use to manufacture our products protect buildings from external and internal environments, making them ideal for household waste recycling centres such as this one.

The facility, which is run by waste management company Viridor, opened its doors to West Sussex residents following an extensive reconstruction process. Reconstruction of the site was undertaken by civil engineering firm Ascot Environmental, which built the original facility, and comes after Viridor had established temporary facilities on a nearby site to help Crawley residents continue to recycle while the work took place.

Graham Warren, South East regional director at Viridor, said: “Crawley is one of our flagship facilities that we operate on behalf of West Sussex County Council. Viridor pledged to rebuild the site within a year and thanks to the dedication and hard work of all those involved, Viridor have fulfilled that pledge to our local authority partners.”

Comments courtesy of letsrecycle.com

 
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