Basildon estate customised with Kingspan Kooltherm

Basildon estate customised with Kingspan Kooltherm

A new build estate of bespoke modular houses, under construction as part of one of the UK’s most ambitious regeneration programmes, is benefitting from the outstanding thermal performance of Kingspan Kooltherm K110 Plus Soffit Board.   The Beechwood West estate forms the first step in Swan Housing Association’s 10 year development

Creating a Community with Kingspan TEK

Creating a Community with Kingspan TEK

Kingspan TEK Cladding Panels have provided an offsite wall solution for a unique school and leisure campus in Littleport, helping the project to achieve excellent thermal performance within a tight construction deadline.   The £37.5 million development, designed by SNC-Lavalin’s Atkins business, co-locates a pre-school, Littleport and East Cambridgeshire Academy (LECA),

Birmingham builds a legacy with the help of Kingspan

Birmingham builds a legacy with the help of Kingspan

A new clinical building, which is home to a state-of-the-art cancer and rare disease centre, has been created as part of Birmingham Children’s Hospital’s (BCH) ‘Waterfall House’. 20,000 l/m of Kingspan Kooltherm Pipe Insulation was specified for the building’s services to help achieve credits towards the BREEAM target rating of

Kingspan TEK adds Excitement to School Dinners

Kingspan TEK adds Excitement to School Dinners

Pupils at Filton Avenue Primary School are enjoying the benefits of offsite construction in their warm, vibrant new dining hall, erected in a matter of weeks using the Kingspan TEK Building System.   Recent increases in the school’s intake meant that the existing lunch facilities, located away from the main buildings, needed

OPTIM-R makes room for refurbishment

OPTIM-R makes room for refurbishment

The Kingspan OPTIM-R Flooring System and Kingspan Thermaroof TR27 LPC/FM have been installed in floor and roof constructions as part of the multi award-winning transformation of The Piece Hall in Halifax.   The Grade I Listed building first opened in 1779 for the trade in ‘pieces’ of hand-loomed cloth. Following a multi–million-pound