The construction of the new Ben Wyvis primary school in Scotland has been undertaken with the objective of meeting the highest standards of teaching accommodation, site facilities and sustainability. Close attention has been paid to the envelope structure and to issues such as insulation, air-tightness, greater energy-efficiency and optimum comfort.
DuPont building membrane solutions were a high-end developers pick to bring durable protection and outstanding thermal efficiency to luxury homes in Strathaven, Scotland.
The medieval St. Germanus Church on the picturesque Rame Peninsula in Cornwall is one such architectural and cultural gem which now has a new roof benefitting from a reliable, hi-tech DuPont™ Tyvek® underlay.
The renewed Liverpool Central Library is a landmark £50 million redevelopment of a Grade II* listed building in a UNESCO World Heritage location. This exemplary scheme has employed advanced methods and materials to both restore important historic features and add bold new additions.
The impressive new 1,435 square metres Little Venice Sports Centre, in Paddington, West London was commissioned by Westminster Council to provide the very best in leisure and learning facilities for the community. It was also designed to be as energy-efficient as possible and the specification of advanced materials and systems was core to the project.
During the challenging restoration of St Augustine’s in Scotland, skilled craftsmen were able to faithfully recreate the original unventilated roof – while also improving energy efficiency and working to meet new Building Regulations – with the help brand-leading breather membrane DuPont™ Tyvek® Supro.