Case Studies

Basement waterproofing as part of a £20 million redevelopment for Bangor University

Overview Founded in 1884, Bangor University has grown considerably from its modest beginnings in a coaching inn to the 10-acre site that is its current...

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Basement Waterproofing Solutions in Leeds

Overview Products used: Cavity Drain Membrane, Perimeter Drainage Channel, Sump Pump Chamber A most desirable community in its own right, favoured for its village feel,...

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Basement Waterproofing Solutions in Bath

Overview Products Used: Cavity Drain Membrane, Perimeter Drain Channel, Sump Pump Chamber Nestled in the South West of England within a picturesque village just outside...

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Commercial waterproofing system for museum archive in York

Overview Client: The National Railway Museum at York Products Used: ThermalDry Insulated Wall/Floor Membrane The National Railway Museum at York is a museum that forms...

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Basement conversion for homeowners in Lichfield

Overview Products Used: cavity drain membrane, perimeter drainage channel, sump and pump chamber Surrounded by unspoilt countryside and just north of the industrial city of...

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Timberwise are the timber and damp specialist of choice for Placefirst’s Welsh Streets redevelopment

Client: Placefirst Products Used: DriWise (damp proofing fluid), Microtech Dual (timber treatment), Brunoso (dry rot treatment for masonry). Overview Placefirst, a Manchester-based specialist development company, signed an...

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Basement waterproofing for £1 million new build designed by award winning architects

Overview Client: Arun Projects Ltd Products Used: cavity membrane, perimeter drain channel, Koster NB1 waterproofing slurry Set in the beautiful Hampshire village of Chilbolton in...

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Damp treatment for retail space in London’s South Belgravia

Overview Client: Bastows Project Size: Basement – Internal Storage – 391.81 sq ft, Ground – Retail Zone – 345 sq ft Products Used:  Plaster Render, Tanking...

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