Project:

RNLI Shoreham

Location:

Shoreham

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Architect:

Royal Haskoning

Sector:

Commercial

Main Contractor:

Dean & Dyball

Scope of Project:

This was a challenging project which incorporated some complex geometry of the waveform roof which included both concave and convex curves of multiple radii.

The roof was further complicated by a curved hip end and changing levels and radii on the eaves line.

As a design response to the complexity of the architectural intent and the aggressive marine environment, a Kalzip mill-finish aluminium stucco embossed sheet was selected for the outer skin of the insulated built-up standing seam roof.

The construction has no visible fixings/ penetrations and utilizes mechanically zipped side seams. The gutters and rainwater pipes are bespoke fabricated in aluminium and finished in a marine-grade polyester powder coating.

The project is a model example of the possibilities for the versatility of Kalzip standing seam roofing and the high standards of design & workmanship that can be achieved.

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