Designed by Capita Symonds as part of the BSF programme, Tettenhall Wood School has been relocated to create a Tettenhall Learning Community at The King’s Church of England School site in Tettenhall. Working in partnership with client Wolverhampton City Council on a design that is both sustainable and will reflect the individual needs of the pupils throughout the building, BriggsAmasco delivered the comprehensive contract on time and on budget.
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.
To provide long term waterproofing integrity, the Decotherm System includes a Liquid Plastics’ vapour control layer, 130mm Decotherm insulation and a carrier membrane. Two coats of Decothane completed the roof with the top coat of varying colours in grey, blue, green and red to assist the children in recognising the areas that they need to go to.
The BriggsAmasco team were also faced with the challenge of installing the liquid plastics membrane as a wall coating in the various colours to fascias and soffits to identify specific areas.
With BriggsAmasco involved in every step of the process from design through to completion, the company’s experience, exceptional workmanship and attention to detail helped to deliver a high quality sustainable school which will remain protected from the elements for years to come.