Protech Roofing are proud to announce that we have been nominated for 2 awards at the 2020 NRFC Roofing Awards ceremony in London in October.
The Multi Discipline Project for Heartspace University in Sheffield and The Hot Applied Liquid Waterproofing project for Benson House in Leeds are the categories we have been nominated for.
Please keep posted for future developments regarding this exciting news………..
The Protech Roofing team have been working closely with the Graham Group in restoring the old roof coverings at Primark in Southend.
We are currently replacing the existing roof coverings with 1700m2 of the new Sikabit felt system from Sika Sarnafil which is really giving a great new look.
Please keep an eye and follow Protech Roofing on Twitter, Linkedin and Instagram with our new weekly themed football raffles for a chance to win some great prizes.
This is Josh Tickhill from Interserve collecting the £50 prize on behalf of Senior site manager Branden Palmer for winning our first football raffle of this season, congratulations Branden.
The Protech Roofing team keeping busy on this project in Hyde with the restoration of rooflights and Sika Sarnafil on the bays to give this a clean new slick look.
The Protech Roofing team are working safely on this refurbishment project at the Leeds University Creative Arts Building with George Downing Construction laying a new Bauder Total Roofing System over 7 roofs and 1000m2 to help keep this building watertight for years to come.
We are delighted to annouce we have won an award for our work at wellington street with bauder.As part of the refurbishment of these city centre offices, an existing podium car park was transformed into a landscaped deck using a hot melt system.
This complex project presented numerous installation challenges. As the existing slab wasn’t level prior to beginning the waterproofing, it had to be flooded with hot melt to ensure an even surface. Existing planters and upstand details also had to be overlaid, outlets replaced, and the system fully sealed.
Located in a busy city centre, the site had restricted access and contractors also had to manage the movement of other trades people across their working area. To overcome this issue, the waterproofing was continuously tested and re-patched. All results were reported to the client to keep them fully informed.