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11,000m2 of multi-waveform standing seam roof

A new Marks and Spencer store has recently opened in Cheshire Oaks and we are proud to have supplied 11,000m2 of multi-waveform standing seam roof to help achieve the outstanding visual, functional and environmentally-friendly elements of the design.  The building benefits from an Elite 4.17 roof system which comprises of a standing seam outer sheet, glass wool insulation (which helps achieve the 0.17 U-value) and curved liner sheet.

It is the second largest M&S store and the most carbon efficient, bio diverse and materially innovative. The store has achieved a BREEAM excellent rating and environmental credentials were fundamental to the construction.  The walls are rendered hemp, the roof support structure is timber and lamb’s wool roof insulation was originally specified but glass wool eventually used because more BREEAM credits were available.

This new building is typical of the direction that construction is taking; the combination of impressive looks with demanding performance requirements for minimal environmental impact is increasing and Euroclad are positioned to help you achieve just that.

A breath of fresh air

We’re always proud of the great work our customers do to install attractive, functional metal building envelopes.  But sometimes something extra special comes along.  And it’s not always the biggest building or the craziest designs that pique our interest.  It’s often those attractive buildings that have been installed to a high standard, look great, perform to specification and act as a fine example of what can be achieved using our roof and wall products.

The Tremough AIR Innovation Centre in Cornwall is an example of just such a building.  It’s a £13million state of the art business innovation centre that provides excellent facilities and resources with the aim of creating significant numbers of high-value jobs and nurturing the development of high-skilled, growth enterprise in the county.  Some 1500m2 of our standing seam roof is combined with a living green roof, which helps the Centre use significantly less energy than a conventional office building. Not only does it look the business but does the job too.

The installation was completed by M.H. Massey based in Bristol.

View images of Tremough AIR Building on Flickr

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