Project1_Layout 1 07/INDUSTRY NEWS 01992 801927 www.almhm.co.uk 006 MARCH 2018 RCIMAG.COM Zink Copper Stainless The finalists for the 2018 UK Roofing Awards have been announced by the National Federation of Roofing Contractors (NFRC). James Talman, chief executive at the NFRC, said: “This year, the standard of entries was exceptional, and the judges had a very hard time whittling it down. Our congratulations go to all the finalists, and we would like to wish everyone the very best of luck.” The shortlist is: Small Scale Project (Under £25k) • The Little Chapel – Polyroof working with Sarnian Roofing • Richmond Road – Longworth Building Services • Rose Cottage – Polyroof working with Cure Roofing • Imagine, 126 Panorama Road – Eclipse Roofing & Waterproofing Large Scale Project (Over £250k) • NHS Dumfries & Galloway Royal Infirmary – Longworth Building Services • 55 Colmore Row – NRA Roofing and Flooring Services • New Bracken House – Partnering Contractors • Urmston Grammar School – Allied Roofing & Construction Innovation Award • Lloyd BMW car park – BriggsAmasco • Clapham Park – Bauder working with E J Roberts Roofing • Oat Errish Farm – DANOSA UK working with County Flat Roofing UK • Dylon Works – Axter working with Tilbury Contracts Reinforced Bitumen Membranes • Highgate Wood School – IKO Plc working with Russell Trew • MTV Studios – M&J Group • Girdlestone Estate – Langley Waterproofing Systems working with Opus Waterproofing Solutions • Lacy House – Richard Soan Roofing Services Liquid Applied Waterproofing & Hot-Melt • The Little Chapel – Polyroof working with Sarnian Roofing • Lancaster University Chaplaincy – Sika Liquid Plastics working with Permicoat • Rochdale Exchange Car Park – Everlast Group • Bloomberg London – Prater working with Radmat Building Products Mastic Asphalt • St Paul’s Cathedral – IKO Plc working with Sussex Asphalte • Bodiam Castle – North West Tower – Sussex Asphalte • Hurst Castle – IKO Plc working with Infallible Systems • New Covent Garden Market – BriggsAmasco Fully Supported Metal • Royal Victoria Pavilion – Full Metal Jacket • The Bund – Longworth Building Services • NHS Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary – Longworth Building Services • Lawn Tennis Association – Richardson Roofing Sheeting & Cladding / Rainscreen • Liverpool Life Sciences Accelerator – Longworth Building Services • Fenwick Bracknell – Prater • Furness General Hospital Maternity Unit – MAC Roofing & Contracting • Hungerford Fire Station – Malone Roofing (Newbury) Lead Roofing • British Museum – Islamic Galleries – Full Metal Jacket • 55 Colmore Row – NRA Roofing and Flooring Services • Lawrence Sheriff School Clifton – NRA Roofing and Flooring Services • Canterbury Cathedral – The Old Library – Clarke Roofing Southern Heritage Roofing • The Retreat – Geoff Neal (Roofing) • Tredegar House – Ellis and Company (Restoration and Building) • LLwyn Celyn – Rowlands Roofing • St Peters Hamsey – Clarke Roofing Southern Green Roofing • Clapham Park – Bauder working with E J Roberts Roofing • Fjordhus – Isle of Harris – Bridgman and Bridgman LLP • The World War II Decoy Bunker – Alumasc Roofing Systems working with Span Roofing Contractors • Chester Bus Station – Alumasc Roofing Systems working with Blackdown Greenroofs Single Ply Roofing • Royal Russell School – DANOSA UK working with ICS Industrial Construction (Sussex) • Alderley Edge School for Girls – Gymnasium – Richmond Roofing Single Ply • Scoil Phadraig – Bauder working with Priority Roofing & Cladding • Hawthorns Care Home – Ithaca Roofing Roof Slating • Marshals Yard Development – Claude N Smith • Sion Cottage Marford – Greenough & Sons Roofing Contractors • Grade II Listed Building – Anderson Roofing Services • The Boathouse – Stormforce Roofing & Maintenance Roof Tiling • Shettleston New Parish Church – Redland working with DM Roofing and Roughcasting • Donisthorpe Primary School – M&J Group • Gorse Hill Infants & Junior School – Davis Roofing • Fair Mile Chapel – Bracknell Roofing. The awards will take place on May 11 at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge hotel – www.roofingawards.co.uk. UK Roofing Awards finalists are announced Marley Eternit says BS 5534 revision provides welcome clarification Marley Eternit has welcomed revisions to BS 5534, which have seen it being updated to include the new BS 8612 Dry Fix Standard. Stuart Nicholson, roof systems director at Marley Eternit (pictured right), said: “This is the second amendment to BS 5534 since major revisions were introduced in 2014. We were expecting to see the inclusion of the new Dry Fix Standard, but it also includes further changes, particularly addressing some concerns about the application of roof underlays.” BS 5534:2014 + A2:2018 was published on February 28, and will be effective from July 1, 2018. Key changes include: • The scope has been changed to make it absolutely clear that re-roofing and repairs are covered under BS 553 • The scope has also made it clearer regarding old roofs, and especially for historically or architecturally important buildings that the British Standard may not be appropriate, and advise to consult with the local planning authority for repair or replacement on these roofs • BS 8612: Dry-fixed ridge, hip and verge systems for slating and tiling – specification has now been added into BS 5534, along with BS8000-0: Workmanship on construction sites • A revised clause concerning temporary weather protection before the installation of the primary roof covering, aimed at protecting underlay exposure to UV light • Improved interpretation of the results from the test method for determining the resistance to wind uplift of roof tile clips • New definitions for low water vapour resistance (type LR) and air permeable underlays • New definitions for continuous and discontinuous ceilings. There are also numerous other minor revisions that have been made to BS 5534. To find out more information visit: www.marleyeternit.co.uk/bs5534.
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