As part of an £11 million improvement scheme at the University of Edinburgh, works have been completed on the extension, refurbishment and remodeling of the Grade II Listed Adam Ferguson Building. To provide a high quality learning environment befitting of one of Scotland’s oldest educational facilities, BriggsAmasco was appointed to provide the complete roofing specification.

Part of a £150 million scheme to revamp Scotland’s capital city, the project has provided a stunning new state-of-the-art facility for students of the University’s Business School. To ensure the roofing system met the client’s high standards, BriggsAmasco delivered the entire system in-house. The company supplied and installed Sarnafil single ply membrane and a CGL insulated gutter system, and specifying a liquid-applied roofing system for the building’s new-build 4th floor.

The high-profile contract was awarded to BriggsAmasco due to the company’s partnership agreement and completion of major project awards working with Sarnafil. The Sarnafil single ply membrane, installed by BriggsAmasco’s team of specialists, provides the pavilion roof with unrivalled levels of durability and performance.

Completing the roofing installation, a liquid polyroof was applied to the new 4th floor maintenance area – contracted by sister company, BriggsAmasco Maintenance. All elements of the roofs were individually specified to meet the client’s aesthetic and quality criteria, ensuring the project met and exceeded all expectations.

The University of Edinburgh provides a high quality learning environment for nearly 30,000 students every year and so it was important that the renovation project was completed to the highest standards. By appointing BriggsAmasco for the installation, the students, staff and visitors are guaranteed a high performance roofing system that is sure to stand the test of time.