Copper green liquid waterproofing respects local heritage and architectural styles

Copper green liquid waterproofing respects local heritage and architectural styles


Copper green ALSAN 770TX with standing seam profile details imitate traditional metal roof detailing and aesthetics yet provide the building occupants with the benefits of modern waterproofing technologies. This innovative approach to roofing has provided the client with significant cost and time saving advantages due to the product fast track application, rapid cure times and aesthetic appearance. Together with the Roofing contractors innovative approach to overcoming cost and time challenges on site, the workmanship demonstrate by the Brown Roofing team has been outstanding. 

Development

Location: Six Hills House is located in the centre of Stevenage and was constructed as an office building in 1982. The conversion will span across eight floors located just 5 minutes from the station and Town Centre. Six Hills House is an iconic building, renovated during the last year for residential use and conveniently located at the Junction of Six Hills Way and London Road.

The development comprising of hundred and forty three apartments has been sold to Metropolitan Housing Association who will sell the apartments as a mixed development of shared equity units for owner occupiers and full open market for housing.

Historical Importance

To the rear of the premises The Six Hills collection of Roman barrows which are classed as a Scheduled Ancient Monument and are protected by law can be seen. They form the most complete Roman barrow group in the country. Beside their historical significance, they lend their name to an important thoroughfare in the town (Six Hills Way) and are a local landmark.

To the front of the premises the six hills collection of roman barrows which are classed as a scheduled ancient monument and are protected by law can be seen. They form the most complete Roman Barrow group in  the country. Aside from their historical significance they lend their name to an important thoroughfare through the town. – Six hills way a local landmark.

The grass around the burial mounds is of considerable age. It includes species such as bird's-foot trefoil, mouse-ear hawkweed, harebells, whitlow grass, and slender clover, which are not found in the more modern grasslands nearby.

Main contractor

Land Charter reflect the ethos of the surrounding environment taking into consideration the regions’ history and architectural influences and employs local subcontractors and tradesmen.