Archive for: 2021,

d+b facades is pleased to announce works have commenced to overclad the Construction Skills building at the Huntingdon Campus of Cambridge Regional College, the largest further education college in the East of England. As the building’s windows have already been replaced, the new overcladding will require a carefully designed junction detail in order to fully
Denning Point is a 23-storey residential tower in Aldgate, Tower Hamlets, owned and managed by EastEnd Homes (EEH). Originally constructed in 1968, the concrete facade was clad with combustible ACM in 2014. Following the Grenfell Tower fire EEH responded by removing the combustible cladding as quickly as possible. EEH’s main contractor for the Denning Point
d+b facades support Basingstoke Voluntary Sports Council Basingstoke Voluntary Sports Council, Basingstoke (basingstokelsc.org.uk) reach their Core Funding goal for Sport & Health 'Get Active' Initiative. Basingstoke Voluntary Sports Council is a voluntary sporting organisation currently focusing on getting people fit and active in amidst the global COVID 19 crisis, d+b facades recognise their hard work and is happy to provide
Retro fitting new building envelopes to existing building stock will help meet new legislation in place to cut net emissions of greenhouse gases - 100% relative to 1990 levels by 2050 from public buildings, schools and hospitals. The Horton Building at the University of Bradford is an exemplar of how best to sustainably reduce carbon
d+b facades are pleased to announce they have been awarded Constructionline Gold Accreditation. This award is recognition of the importance d+b facades put on their day to day working practices and highlights the efforts and hard work the d+b team have put in to achieving this standard. Clients can have piece of mind knowing the
This evocative image was captured as the final scaffolding was removed from the refurbished Natural History Museum’s Palaeontology Building, Kensington, revealing the reflection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in the replaced curtain walling and set against the now pristine concrete facade.
Working closely with our supply chain, employees, contractors and waste partners we have been able to achieve 100% recycling for our project at NHM Tring (83.42Tonnes of waste recycled); Great work by the project delivery team and partners. This project was highly commended in the recent National Lottery Heritage Fund’s inaugural museums + heritage sustainable

As part of d+b facades’ inventive solutions-driven approach for clients they developed a novel textured paint finish for their aluminium rainscreen cassette system which replicates the appearance and character of masonry. This was installed on the recently completed Boyd Orr building at the University of Glasgow. To learn more click here