Paul Boole and his technical assistant James Hiscock attentively monitored the project over an 8 month period, carrying out weekly site visits to supervise the progress and quality of the 7,000 sqm installation.
In constant communication with the client Kendall Kingscott, Paul & James provided regular progress reports via Garland’s RAMP system, ensuring the roof works ran in conjunction with the separate M&E consultant managed M&E and drainage works with minimal disruption to the schools daily operation.
The roof system refurbishment saw a drastic improvement to the school building’s thermal efficiency, with the new U-Vale calculations achieving a 0.18 rating. By reducing the heat loss through the roof, Corfe Hills School can now maintain a comfortable temperature for students and staff, whilst reducing both energy costs and overall emissions.
The new build roof in the courtyard has modernised the use of the space for the student’s, creating an additional space to sit, congregate during breaks and move between classrooms unaffected by weather conditions.
Corfe Hills School were provided with Garland UK’s leading Single Point Guarantee, offering 20 years of coverage, accepting the full liability for the design, material and quality of the installation workmanship for all 3 waterproofing systems.
Jeremy Wood at Kendall Kingscott adds,
‘The technical advice and support from Garland UK played an essential part in securing the best waterproofing outcome on this project, utilising 3 very different systems has meant that there were no restrictions to the roof’s design and we can offer our clients a trusted single-point guarantee that safeguards their building’s future.’