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207, 2016

Kittybrewster project wins Scottish NFRC award 2014

The Awards, which took place at Glasgow’s Trades Hall on the   24th October, recognise the best projects in Scotland across all roofing  disciplines. BriggsAmasco’s highly skilled and efficient application at Kittybrewster saw the UK’s leading roofing and waterproofing specialist pick up the award.

Working throughout the winter period, BriggsAmasco completed   the application of sedum mats and waterproofing membrane whilst also accomodating an array of 60 rooflights. BriggsAmasco carried out the full installation, incorporating a versatile, cost-effective and lightweight Bauder green roof system.

Despite the complexities of the installation, the size of the roof and the challenging deadline, the new roofing system was delivered to an exceptionally high standard. As the company’s latest award-winning project, the Kittybrewster project further enhances BriggsAmasco’s reputation for delivering exceptional waterproofing and roofing solutions.

 

107, 2016

BriggsAmasco wins coveted roofing award at CN Specialist Awards 2014

BriggsAmasco has once again been recognised for outstanding workmanship at the Scottish NFRC Awards 2014, winning in the reinforced bituminous membrane category for the waterproofing application at the new £11.2 million integrated policing facility at Kittybrewster, Aberdeen.

The Awards, which took place at Glasgow’s Trades Hall on the 24th October, recognise the best projects in Scotland across all roofing disciplines. BriggsAmasco’s highly skilled and efficient application at Kittybrewster saw the UK’s leading roofing and waterproofing specialist pick up the award.

Working throughout the winter period, BriggsAmasco completed the application of sedum mats and waterproofing membrane whilst also accomodating an array of 60 rooflights. BriggsAmasco carried out the full installation, incorporating a versatile, cost-effective and lightweight Bauder green roof system.

Despite the complexities of the installation, the size of the roof and the challenging deadline, the new roofing system was delivered to an exceptionally high standard. As the company’s latest award-winning project, the Kittybrewster project further enhances BriggsAmasco’s reputation for delivering exceptional waterproofing and roofing solutions.

CN Specialists Awards 2014 Winners

2906, 2016

BriggsAmasco comes out on top at NFRC Awards 2013

“We are delighted to receive this award for our work with contractor Mansell on the regeneration of St. Andrews House in Glasgow,” said Dave Maginnis, Managing Director at Briggs Amasco. “It is testimony to the expertise, professional workmanship and attention to detail that our team demonstrated throughout this landmark project.”

In Glasgow city centre, the £27.5 million project included the conversion and refurbishment of a 17-storey 1960’s office block into a stylish new hotel for Whitbread – Britain’s biggest hotel and restaurant group.

One of 12 winners across a variety of roofing disciplines – from heritage to solar – BriggsAmasco collected the prestigious award during the Roofing Awards Annual Congress Lunch, held at the Hilton Metropole in London on Friday 17th May.

2806, 2016

BriggsAmasco scoops Scottish NFRC Award

The award for the company’s waterproofing application at St Andrews House in Glasgow reinforces the company’s position as the market leader in roofing and waterproofing.

This high profile project in Glasgow involved the conversion andrefurbishment of a sixties 17-storey office block to create a new hotel in the city centre.

The awards were organised and held by the NFRC on Friday 2nd November at Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh. The event, sponsored by Sig Roofing, saw some fifteen roofing contractors from across Scotland hoping to win in a range of categories that included Vertical Cladding, Roof Slating and Liquid Applied Waterproofing.

Left to right: Gavin Brown MSP, NFRC Keynote speaker (Scottish Conservative spokesperson on Finance, Employment and Sustainable Growth and apart of the Scottish Parliament Finance Committee) and Raymond Wright. BriggsAmasco (Assistant Branch Manager-Glasgow).

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2706, 2016

BriggsAmasco triumphs at QA Annual Conference Awards

Judged by fellow QA Contractors, BriggsAmasco received the most votes in the Specialist Project of the Year category – which also incorporates, new-build, green roofs, inverted and unusual projects.

The project consisted of a 1300m2 Decotherm roofing system which was fully insulated to meet current regulations, and finished in a kaleidoscope of different colours – all carried out by BriggsAmasco’s skilled team to the highest standards.

Speaking about the success, BriggsAmasco Managing Director Dave Maginnis said: ‘As a relative newcomer to this event, we were delighted to receive this accolade which is testament to the expertise of our team on such a challenging project.’

Sponsored by the Institute of Roofing, this latest award further enhances BriggsAmasco’s reputation for delivering exceptional waterproofing and roofing solutions, as demonstrated at more than 1200 contracts carried out last year.

Sika Liquid Plastics QA Annual Conference Awards, held on the 1stNovember at Newcastle United Football Club, celebrated some of the outstanding workmanship carried out by QA Contractors in the last year and was also an opportunity for Sika Liquid Plastics contractors to come together under one roof to be informed of new developments, procedures and industry developments.

2606, 2016

BriggsAmasco lifts Challenge Cup at MAC Awards 2012

On Friday 15th June at the Royal Horseguards Hotel in London, over 120 of the country’s leading mastic asphalt contractors gathered to recognise and celebrate the industry’s very best projects, companies and innovations. Following successes at this year’s Roofing Awards and Specialist Awards, BriggsAmasco once again came out on top.

BriggsAmasco was recognised for its exceptional standards of waterproofing achieved at the Stanhope Street Regeneration project – the transformation of an urban village by one of the largest property management, development and regeneration companies in the UK, Places for People.

Originally invited to investigate water ingress in and around the communal and private balconies, the company worked with IKO Permanite to produce a specification that would renew the existing waterproofing membrane with a product offering a proven track record and a guarantee to back this up.

Using Permaphalt polymer modified roofing, BriggsAmasco completed the 4000m2 application, as well as a series of associated works on budget, on time and whilst the flats were fully occupied. Having demonstrated excellent communication with tenants and the highest health and safety standards throughout, BriggsAmasco will complete the fourth and final phase of the project in 2013.

Every year the awards are organised and held by MAC, a non-profit making independent body with quality products, design and workmanship as fundamental requirements for its members – more than 90 of the UK’s leading mastic asphalt contractors and manufacturers.

Pictured is Dave Maginnis, BriggsAmasco Managing Director and Shaun Nicholson, BriggsAmasco Branch Manager, Newcastle

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