Lignacite Solid Blockwork

Achieving enhanced sound insulation performance using Lignacite blocks

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View the Lignacite entry on BPindex Visit the Lignacite website Concrete blockwork remains one of the most cost-effective methods of controlling airborne sound, making it a natural choice for constructing partition and separating wall. Meeting sound insulation standards is a key requirement for most building types. Standards The acoustic standards contained in Part E of the Building Regulations have been …

Lignacite roman bricks

A contemporary recycled block with a unique composition

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View the Lignacite entry on BPindex Visit the Lignacite website Whether your project requires concrete facing masonry or a modern style brick, Lignacite’s versatile range of standard blocks and Roman Bricks offers architects and designers a solution. With its contemporary facade, wide range of colours and textures the Roman Brick in particular, is fast becoming popular with architects striving to …

Facing Masonry, a ‘value engineering’ alternative for your project

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View the Lignacite entry on BPi Visit the Lignacite website Designed for internal and external applications Lignacite’s Architectural Facing Masonry (AFM) blocks combine an inherent decorative appeal with strength and durability. They are one of the most sustainable and long-lasting building products available with many different textures from clean flat surfaces to heavily textured and irregular faces to stunningly beautiful …

Lignacite’s Roman Brick helps to make Rathbone Market Phase 2 – ‘come to life’

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View the Lignacite entry on BPI Visit the Lignacite Website This second phase of Canning Town’s Rathbone Market is now complete and the Lignacite Roman Brick truly does make the light bounce off the polished surface; the recycled aggregate providing real interest for the eye. The Roman Brick has been used extensively at lower levels, including the entire subway entrance …