Posts Tagged:cladding

d+b facades is pleased to announce that its £2m project for the Natural History Museum, Tring, which houses one of the largest ornithological collections in the World, was Highly Commended beating challenging competition from some of the UK’s leading museums including the Imperial War Museum, The British Museum and the National Museum of Wales.  The
d+b facades is pleased to announce that works have commenced to replace the existing curtain walling at the Natural History Museum’s Palaeontology Building, Kensington. Additional works include concrete repair and concrete cleaning. The Palaeontology Building was constructed in two phases starting in 1970. The building was completed in October 1975. The additional space provided by
d+b facades is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a contract to undertake fire safety and re-cladding works to two 13 storey tower blocks, Byron House and Linden House, Slough for Radian Group, one of the South’s largest Housing Associations.   This major contract worth £5.5m forms part of c.£20m of orders so
d+b facades is pleased to announce that it has been appointed to the Fusion21 Energy Efficiency Framework as a design and build overcladding specialist for projects UK-wide. This is a specialist framework to support energy efficiency improvements. Lot 3 of the Framework covers cladding and associated works which can be applied to both domestic and
d+b facades are pleased to announce that it has been appointed to the Hyde Fire Safety Works and Services Framework as a design and build overcladding specialist. This framework was created to ensure best practice, compliance, assurance, quality, innovation and resident safety is at the heart of the fire safety measures. Lot 10 of the
d+b facades are pleased to announce it has have been awarded the contract to remove existing cladding from a 6 storey block for East Coast College at its Lowestoft Campus on St Peter's Street and replace with an A1 Vitradual cladding system. Originally built in 1961, the block was clad in ACM panels in 2014.

d+b facades is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the contract to refurbish the Ornithology Building, Natural History Museum, Tring. The Ornithology Building houses one of the largest ornithological collections in the world, originally created by Walter Rothschild. The building has been shrouded in protective scaffolding for some years as its precast aggregate