Lightwell Waterproofing Solution – Case study
Lightwell Waterproofing Solution – Case study

The scope of the project was to facilitate a solution for a damp, salt and mould covered lightwell wall, which was impacting negatively on staff who thought their office views were unsightly and unhygienic.

After many years of the medical facility seeking to remedy the problem by repainting the wall, continuous maintenance issues due to water staining, salt patches and algae growth lingered.

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Structural Waterproofing of Commercial Development
Structural Waterproofing of Commercial Development

This project required a robust and a meticulously detailed specification with Delta Registered Installers, Cemplas being appointed waterproofing contractor to guarantee a watertight basement.

The project requirement was for two forms of waterproofing which consisted of a Type B watertight concrete and Type C Cavity Drainage Membrane System which would meet all criteria of BS8102:2009 (Code of Practice for Protection of Below Ground Structures against Water from the Ground) and to provide a Grade 3 habitable environment.

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Buried Roof Case Study – Hobbit House, Sussex
Buried Roof Case Study – Hobbit House, Sussex

The scope of this project was incredibly interesting. The owners sought to create a subterranean space which had the look and feel of a magical ‘Hobbit Home’ as if created by J. R. R. Tolkien himself.

Delta Registered Installers, Renlon Limited were commissioned to create a waterproofing design for a newly constructed subterranean House, buried into a bank in heart of the Rother Valley. 

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Structural Waterproofing at Celtic Manor Golf Club
Structural Waterproofing at Celtic Manor Golf Club

Celtic Manor is a 5-star resort is set in more than 2000 acres of panoramic parkland at the gateway to Wales.

This large new-build structure required to be waterproofed to meet BS 8102:2009, the British Standard for the Protection of Structures against Water from the Ground requirements.  As it is not possible to determine the amount of potential water pressure surrounding the structure, BS 8102:2009 states the waterproofing designer should expect a head of water against the structure at some stage during the structure’s service life, further, BS 8102:2099 states that all waterproofing systems should easily be maintainable and repairable.

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