Embedded within d+b facades’ can-do culture is a commitment to outstanding customer service, not just throughout a project but for years thereafter, so when Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) needed modifications to the facade on the James Parsons Building 10 years after the project was completed, d+b facades was delighted to assist.

The James Parsons building comprises a seven storey block, a ten storey tower with a link joining them; it was originally refurbished by d+b in 2010. The University decided to upgrade the boiler in 2020 so d+b was asked to facilitate this important improvement by redesigning the south gable facade to create a flue riser to accommodate new pipework, remove the existing cladding and then integrate the new riser into the existing facade once boiler works were complete.

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