Delta Membrane Delta Roof Guard Waterproofing System

A Technical Approach to waterproofing design – podium decks, buried roofs, balconies, and terraces

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View the Delta Membrane entry on BPindex Visit the Delta Membrane website View Decks, Terraces and Green Roof Technical Drawings View the Delta Roof Guard brochure As a structure’s first line of defence to water ingress, a waterproofing design should offer long-term value, maximum performance, and a pragmatic design approach. As with most, if not all structural waterproofing projects, selecting …

Schöck Isokorb® Thermal Break for Balconies

Schöck Isokorb for seafront Passive House Award Winner

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View the Schöck entry on BPindex Visit the Schöck website Seaton Beach Apartments in Devon is the first UK multi-residential development to be certified as passive house plus. Some claim that passive house standard is easier to achieve with simpler, box-like forms, resulting in finished buildings being aesthetically limited – but this is certainly not the case here. A little design ingenuity …

Announcing Balconette’s Aerofoil Infinity Privacy Screen!

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View the Balconette entry on BPi Visit the Balconette website True advances in balconies and balustrading are rare, so Balconette is very excited to present its unique, breakthrough innovation – the Aerofoil Infinity Screen. For too long, customers have had to compromise their designs for the sake of privacy and safety. Adding a privacy screen or extra height to regular glass …

Lower your expectations

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View the Radmat Building Products entry on BPi Visit the Radmat Building Products website With space so often at a premium on construction sites, every additional square metre of floor space offers added value to the client. And many of today’s multi-storey developments and high-rise buildings are designed to incorporate balconies and terraces over headed space to maximise floor space.  …