Recent Contracts Secured – November 2020.

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Recent Contracts Secured – November 2020

As the year comes to a close, we are happy to share the recent contracts we have secured, ranging in size, value and location, they all promise to produce strong results.

We are looking forward to undertaking our first project with Jerram Falkus, installing öko Rieder cladding at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.

Great Ormond Street Hospital isn’t the only healthcare facility we have in the pipeline, we will also be working with ITC on a project at St. Helier & Epsom Hospital installing EOS steel framing systems, Siniat sheathing board, plasterboard linings and STO insulated render.

Additionally, we continue to work with main contractor Keir Construction on several upcoming projects. This includes US army base RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk, where we will be rendering their new and existing walls, and a larger project at Addington Valley Academy which requires construction of SFS infill to the steel frame, installation of rainscreen cladding and brick tie channels for the brickwork areas. We look forward to the challenges posed by each project.

Manor Street, Essex

Main contractor: Kier Construction

Products: Petrarch Cladding has been chosen for window surrounds and copings, with the durable STO render applied for a top-quality finish on the feature beams.

Scope of work: Stone effect window surrounds and copings. Render solution used to feature exposed beams in the entrance areas.

Sub-contract value: £300 – £500k range

When: Autumn 2020/Spring 2021

RAF Lakenheath, Suffolk

Main contractor: Kier Construction

Products: Bluclad render board was chosen for its outstanding dimensional stability, making it an ideal partner for the high quality, long-lasting Weber render.

Scope of work: Rendering new and existing walls of a US Army base.

Sub-contract value: £0 – £50k range

When: Autumn 2020

Addington Valley Academy, Surrey

Main contractor: Kier Construction

Products: Metsec SFS has been specified for the project. A fantastic solution, it offers lighter, more cost efficient and sustainable design options, with the added benefit of having new robust fire solutions, enabling more efficient overall wall construction performance. It will be used alongside Y-Wall sheathing board, Ancon brick tie channel and Ceramapanel cladding.

Scope of work: Construction of SFS infill to the steel frame, with use of rainscreen cladding and brick tie channels for the brickwork areas.

Sub-contract value: £1m+ range

When: Autumn 2020 – Spring 2021

De Grey Road, Essex

Main contractor: R G Carter

Products: Rockpanel A2 will be used in conjunction with Rockwool Duo-Slab. It is not only non-combustible, the thermal properties of the Rockwool Duo-Slab reduces heating, cooling and ventilation costs.

Scope of work: Removal of existing cladding, which will then be replaced with non-combustible insulation and cladding.

Sub-contract value: £200 – £300k range

When: Winter 2020

Willink School, Berkshire

Main contractor: Morris & Blunt

Products: Fire retardant treated home grown cedar. This has the benefit of both aesthetic appeal and a resistance to surface burning characteristics, like flame spread, rate of fuel, and smoke impact.

Scope of work: Timber cladding will be used as a rainscreen cladding on the first-floor walls.

Sub-contract value: £50 – £100k range

When: Winter 2020

Great Ormond Street Hospital, London

Main contractor: Jerram Falkus

Products: öko Rieder cladding has been selected for use on the project. öko Rieder cladding is constructed from attractive, slender glassfibre concrete panels which offer class A1 fire protection.

Scope of work: Cladding to be added to the walls, including fitting windows.

Sub-contract value: £0 – £50k range

When: Autumn 2020

St. Helier & Epsom Hospital, Surrey

Main contractor: ITC

Products: EOS steel framing systems have been specified for the project, a reliable product which is manufactured to a demanding specification, eliminating the risks of onsite variability. It will be paired with Siniat sheathing board, plasterboard linings and STO insulated render.

Scope of work: Construction of SFS infill to steel frame, sheathing and lining in non-combustible board, insulated render to match the existing structure.

Sub-contract value: £50 – £100k range

When: Winter 2020

 

Talk to us about your next project! Get in touch with our team on 01268 744199 or email office@edenfacades.co.uk

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