Kingspan Optim-R makes the grade in Glasgow

Kingspan Optim-R Makes the Grade in Glasgow

A Grade B listed primary school in Glasgow has three rooms refurbished to offer optimum thermal performance to achieve the most cost-effective solution with the slimmest build-up, with the help of the Kingspan OPTIM-R Flooring System.   Glasgow City Council has been working extensively to improve conditions in Glasgow schools as

Two New Passivhaus Schools Complete in Carmarthenshire

Two New Passivhaus Schools Complete in Carmarthenshire

A new way of delivering high quality schools is proving that investment in children’s wellbeing in Wales is paying off.   The £8.5m Ysgol Parc y Tywyn project (above) provides 350 school children from the Burry Port area with an outstanding new learning environment. The project is the second of two

Student population growing at Durrington High School

Student population growing at Durrington High School

Durrington High School in Worthing, West Sussex, has successfully completed work on its expansion, using the Kingspan TEK Cladding Panel. The Structural Insulated Panel (SIP) was specified to help target a BREEAM ‘Very Good’ rating and to achieve excellent fabric performance against a tight project deadline.   The school is now able

Kooltherm insulation installed on model school

Kingspan Kooltherm Insulation used on Notre Dame School

An ambitious open-plan school in Liverpool, designed to provide engaging architecture on a limited budget has been insulated with Kingspan Kooltherm K15 Rainscreen Board.   Designed by Sheppard Robson, Notre Dame Catholic College uses an innovative model, developed with Liverpool City Council, which combines a standardised clear-span outer shell with modular internal

School wins race against time with Kingspan TEK

School wins race against time with Kingspan Tek

The Kingspan TEK Building System of structural insulated panels has been installed as part of a modern, energy efficient classroom block at Boyle and Petyt Primary School in the Yorkshire Dales, helping the school to meet its strict funding deadline with a 9 day erection programme.   Architect John Wharton collaborated