New development built using Porotherm blocks and 20/20 roof tiles.
Caring Wood, Kent
Caring Wood, Kent
Koramic 311 Lichen Green plain roof tile giving a traditional rustic appearance.
WDH use premium Sandtoft concrete tiles from Wienerberger bring new lease of life to properties on Priordale Road in essential roof renovations.
The historical Queens’ College in Cambridge underwent re-roofing work on the Dokett Building at the University site.
Adapting a traditional 1950s Cotswolds building to create a contemporary addition
Our Rivius slate and appearance roof tiles and Ashington Red Multi brick were specificed for a very impressive project in Hull.
Faced with a complex brief on a site scrutinised by planners, conservation teams and Historic England, architectural ambition was crucial for Kingsdown House, which provides new boarding accommodation at The King’s School in Canterbury.
Wienerberger’s New Rivius slate appearance roof tiles, part of the New Generation portfolio, have been used to stunning effect on this substantial self build project.
Keymer’s Traditional Elizabethan and Antique roof tiles are used to stunning effect on this beautifully restored period property.
Oast Houses have been a part of England’s history for hundreds of years. Hillreed Residential Developments installed Sandtoft’s Alban clay plain tile to retain its original character and charm.
One of London’s most historic areas, Whitechapel, has undergone sympathetic restoration using Sandtoft’s handmade range of clay roof tiles.
Sandtoft’s handmade Goxhill plain tile has helped to refurbish a complex spire on a Grade II listed church and raise vital funds for the project.
In 2015, Wienerberger was involved in a project to re-roof Sidlaw House in Stamford Hill, the first of ten social housing re-roof projects to be completed before 2017 in the North London area. Now completed, the modernised roof, which is an impressive 90 metres in length, will cover over 1,200 meters squared.