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1109, 2016

WB Projects Ltd – July 2010

Email in regard to Marks & Spencer Cheltenham

Dear all,

On behalf of WB Projects Ltd, could I please take this opportunity to personally thank everybody involved in the refurbishment of Marks & Spencer Cheltenham, it has been a fantastic team effort.

I would also, please ask that you pass on our thanks to all of your staff and operatives involved in the scheme.

The feed back that I have had from both the Retail and Programme teams has been very positive indeed, I am sure you would all agree that the project was very challenging at times, not least with regards to the issues surrounding the building fabric, which was uncovered by our various sub-contractors.

I do hope that Helen and her store team have finally got the kind of working environment that the have waited so long for.

Finally,

I look forward to seeing some of you at the store end of job party on the 4th of July, for the rest of you, I welcome the opportunity to work with you all again, hopefully, on another project in the near future.

Thanks again,

Tom Murphy

WB Projects Ltd
Churchill House
27 Little Marlow Road
Marlow
Bucks
SL7 1HA

Web: www.wbprojects.com

1109, 2016

Bluestar Fibres Company Limited – June 2010

Emails of thanks from a top tier COMAH site, which Hyflex recently worked on

From: Smith, Dave
Sent: 16 June 2010 16:34
Subject: RE: CF PLANT ROOF COVERINGS

“John, I would like to second the below comments and also add my thanks to Chris and his lads for the works and the manner in which they carried it out. Thanks”

D Smith. Critical System Support Engineer
BLUESTAR Fibres Company Limited

 

From: Taylor, David
Sent: 16 June 2010 13:00
Subject: CF PLANT ROOF COVERINGS

“John, Could you please pass on our thanks to the men who carried out the work on our Roofs over the last 3 weeks. They have worked very hard, safely and been a pleasure to work with. Please ensure they receive our thanks for jobs very well done. Regards”

Dave Taylor. Project Dept. Mech. Systems Specialist
BLUESTAR Fibres Company Limited

1109, 2016

Gloucester Cathedral – Jan 2010

Liquid waterproofing specialist, Hyflex, has completed a series of complex detailed waterproofing works to gutters and other areas at Gloucester’s historic cathedral.

Hyflex was appointed by architects, Steinborn & Taylor, who specified a liquid waterproofing system as the most suitable solution to seal the detail areas where decay and water ingress issues had arisen.

A programme of ongoing repairs and refurbishment continues to take place at the Cathedral with a full time stone mason repairing existing gargoyles and creating new additions over a number of years. The gargoyles themselves form part of the rainwater system with the gutters cut out and prepared for a new lead shute to be dressed, though the parapet wall and into the gargoyle. Working in phases over a 15 year period, Hyflex has applied its own Hyflex 15 waterproofing to the complex detailed gutter areas running parallel behind the cranellated parapet walls.

Allan Southall, Hyflex National Sales manager said: “This project really does demonstrate the versatility of liquid systems being able to meet a broad range of demands. From heritage buildings such as this, to modern and new build, specifiers are increasingly recognising the many benefits that liquid waterproofing has to offer. Cold applied the system offers zero health and safety risks whilst offering a long product life as detailed in our British Board of Agrement Certificate.”

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609, 2016

Liquid Applied Seal For London Hub Of Creativity – Feb 2009

National cold applied waterproofing specialist, Hyflex Liquid Systems, has finalised works at Shepherds Building, a contemporary London-based office development that has become home to many of the UK’s leading creative brands.

The iconic structure in Shepherds Bush, West London was built in the 1950’s and at the time of its construction it was the largest concrete frame building in the UK. Designed originally as a Royal Mail sorting office, it has now been transformed into a stylish and strikingly refurbished office scheme whose tenants include Endemol UK plc, Mulberry, Fox TV and National Geographic.

Hyflex has completed the 1673 m2 two-stage project, providing a cold applied liquid waterproofing solution across the entire roof area spanning the main roof, tower areas, walkways and landings.

Overlaying the existing roof materials (once investigated and secured), Hyflex used their own Exemplar liquid waterproofing system to provide a watertight sealant. The system was specified for it’s many benefits including speed and ease of application – it is also provides an inherently safe  waterproofing solution being cold applied with very little addition of dead weight  on the main flat sectors of the roof. More importantly, Hyflex Exemplar has the ability to successfully waterproof the many complex detail areas on the roof, including the extensive range of dormer roofs.

In addition, the hard wearing and durable Exemplar Balcony and Walkway System was applied both as a surfacing and a waterproofing solution to the central staircase, and related balconies and walkways of the building. The whole project was completed during a 4-month period for roofing contractor, BriggsAmasco, the scheme was considered a huge success.

Allan Southall of Hyflex said: “The Shepherds Building has been carefully brought back to life to an exacting high standard, attracting numerous national and international market leaders. The attention to detail was key to the success of this scheme and the Hyflex waterproofing system proved to be the perfect solution to sealing and securing the roof for years to come.”

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