Testing and Reporting
Independent testing for a number of construction materials is available. We have completed testing and monitoring as well as identification of contributing factors of failure
We have successfully obtained funding for a number of heritage projects through the Heritage Lottery fund as well as through Knowledge Transfer, Innovate UK, PhD support and other university funding. We were the first to secure Lottery Heritage funding for a project in private ownership in 2015.
Working with Roman Construction Products Ltd., Dyebrick Ltd., Enviroform Solutions Ltd., Fibrelime Ltd., as well as Sheffield Halham University, Bath University and ARU University, we have undertaken research projects and also developed new products.
Continued research and development
We run a number of courses and seminars on the historic built environment. Courses and day trips are run in a number of locations across the UK.
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Next event details as follows:
Southwark Council Heritage case study talks on Wednesday the 14th of March.
Petitou, Peckham London was a Fibrelime on Secil Ccocork project – The building required insulating with a breathable and flexible system to accommodate the ongoing structural movement changes. The work was carried out 3 years ago and has been highly successful, showing no signs of repeated cracking and is much warmer. It is believed that Fibrelime is the world’s most flexible render.
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