Llandough Trading Estate

NAME OF SITE:
Llandough Trading Estate


AGENT/CLIENT:

HDP Associates

MARKET SECTOR:
Property management

PRODUCT/SERVICE:

  • Over cladding roof
  • Gutter lining
  • Felt roofing
ROOF TYPE:
Pitched asbestos and flat roofs

DESCRIPTION:

TRS worked alongside the owners of the Llandough Trading Estate in order to give the area’s appearance a much needed update. Empty units were improved by overcladding the roofs, replacing bargeboards, relining gutters and increasing insulation. Occupied units were given the same treatment, and businesses continued to operate from them as usual while TRS finished the project.

The work was completed in stages, ensuring it exceeded expectations and met everyone’s satisfaction. The estate’s overall look and feel has been transformed, and now all current occupants can work from fully refurbished units.

The Downend school – flat, felt roofs

NAME OF SITE:
The Downend school, Downend, Bristol


AGENT/CLIENT:

The Hookway Partnership

MARKET SECTOR:
Education

PRODUCT/SERVICE:

  • Strip and renew and overlaying existing felt roofs
  • Replace missing and damaged rainwater goods
  • Replace defective soffits and facias
  • Upgrade Insulation Values
ROOF TYPE:
Flat roof

DESCRIPTION:

In a recent project at Downend School in Bristol, TRS upgraded felt flat roofs across six separate buildings. Working under testing conditions, with the school functioning as normal, TRS ensured the safety and security of pupils, teachers and visitors.

In addition to stripping, renewing and overlaying the existing felt roofs, TRS also replaced missing and damaged rainwater woods, and replaced defective soffits and fascias. Insulation values were also upgraded as part of the project.

Katharine Lady Berkeley’s School – flat roofs

NAME OF SITE:
Katharine Lady Berkeley’s school, Wootten-under-Edge


AGENT/CLIENT:

Katharine Lady Berkeley’s school

MARKET SECTOR:
Education

PRODUCT/SERVICE:

  • Flat roofs
ROOF TYPE:
Asbestos roof

DESCRIPTION:

In conjunction with Katharine Lady Berkeley’s School in Wotton-under-Edge, TRS replaced all of the flat roofs. This element of the project was part of a bigger undertaking, where overall improvements to the building fabric were made.

The roofing project was a combination of stripping and renewing some blocks, and overlaying the existing roof on others. TRS ensured that every updated roof had additional insulation, leaving the school watertight and warm.

Katharine Lady Berkeley’s School – flat roofs and roof lights

NAME OF SITE:
Katharine Lady Berkeley’s school, Wootten-under-Edge


AGENT/CLIENT:

Katharine Lady Berkeley’s school

MARKET SECTOR:
Education

PRODUCT/SERVICE:

  • Cut to fall flat roofing
  • Replacement rooflights
ROOF TYPE:
Flat roof

DESCRIPTION:

The relationship between TRS and Katharine Lady Berkeley’s School got off to an impressive start in 2011, following the completion of replacing a flat roof. Over the past four years, TRS has replaced all flat roofs at the school, as well as updating the roof lights.

When it came to replacing the flat roof on the science building, TRS discovered that the block had a unique problem, and used a cut-to-fall system to ensure that there was no ponding on the roof.

Katharine Lady Berkeley’s School – vertical cladding

NAME OF SITE:
Katharine Lady Berkeley’s school, Wootten-under-Edge


AGENT/CLIENT:

Katharine Lady Berkeley’s school

MARKET SECTOR:
Education

PRODUCT/SERVICE:

  • Vertical cladding
ROOF TYPE:
Flat roof

DESCRIPTION:

TRS helped Katharine Lady Berkeley’s school to improve the appearance of its buildings earlier this year. Based in Wotton-under-Edge, the school had all of the cladding around it replaced as part of its ongoing refurbishment. A smart, fresh appearance was achieved, thanks to the replacement of rainwater woods and updating the cladding.

The project was considered to be excellent value for money, mainly due to the economical and fast methods employed, which resulted in upgraded insulation and improved aesthetic values.

GOLF DAY FOR THE JESSIE MAY TRUST…

We were all very happy to be involved with the Imtech-Inviron golf day held last week  in aid of the Jessie May Trust at the Bristol Golf Club.

A fantastic day was had by all,  and the TRS male fraternity went on to party the night away in the metropolis that is Chipping Sodbury for the opening match of the Rugby World Cup.

The Bristol Golf Club 2