Posts Tagged:cladding

Rated in the top 10 of the NICDEX League Table, Cambridge Regional College understands the importance of improving the appearance of its estate in order to meet the expectations of today’s students and reflect the quality of its teaching and curriculum. d+b facades was pleased to be awarded the contract to refurbish the Construction Skills
Following extensive upgrades to much of the building stock campus-wide, K Block was dated in both appearance and building performance. d+b facades’ refurbished the building by replacing the existing timber cladding and glazed infills with its proprietary insulated aluminium rainscreen system integrated with high-performance double glazed windows. Refurbishment of adjoining and adjacent blocks can be
d+b facades have recently completed the fifth phase of refurbishment to the Richmond and Horton D buildings at the University of Bradford. Commencing in 2007, the refurbishment has been phased over 15 years in line with the University’s capital programme and funding. Discrete phases are indistinguishable from each other. The coherent unified appearance has been
d+b facades are pleased to announce an overall summary of ‘Excellent’ in the Considerate Constructors Scheme report for their Old Hall Street project. The scheme highlights delivering best practice beyond statutory requirements and covers -  Respect the Community, Protect the Environment and Value their Workforce.d+b facades believe passionately in their product and their unique skills,
d+b facades will be attending AOC 2021 at the ICC Birmingham d+b facades is pleased to announce attendance at the AoC Annual Conference and Exhibition at Birminghams’s ICC on 16 and 17 November 2021, Stand 40. As leaders in sustainable transformation of college estates, we fully support the AoC’s ‘Green Commitment’ report. Come and talk
Work has now been completed by d+b facades at The Natural History Museum, Kensington. A world-class museum with more than 80 million objects and an acclaimed research institution. The original Waterhouse building was extended to the East in the early 1970’s with the addition of the Palaeontology Building constructed from pre-cast concrete and featuring curtain
d+b facades were once again delighted to assist the hospital. The exciting transformation of the Queens building, Bristol Royal Infirmary was completed in 2016. As with many buildings, internal refurbishment is often a rolling programme independent of the facade, but how do you get a new MRI scanner weighing several tonnes installed on the first floor
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
d+b facades is pleased to announce it has been awarded the contract to undertake fire-safety and recladding works to Mulvany Court, Portsmouth. The project on this occupied residential block comprises removing flammable high-pressure laminate (HPL) cladding and all flammable insulation, installing non-flammable insulation to all elevations, replacing the HPL with non-combustible aluminium cladding and re-installing