We have been involved in the roofing of the ANZ Centre building project, a pivotal project in the rebuild of the heart of Christchurch's CBD. Nuralite has worked closely with the project team of Leighs Construction & Peddle Thorp Architects
The result is the successful installation of a large 3500m2 Nuratherm Warm Roof System with Nuraply 3PM in White. This Nuratherm Warm Roof System is the most energy efficient flat roof available.
Nuralite has been involved from the outset working closely with the architects and builders to cover off all of the construction details. At the planning stage we provided support with the documentation prior to submission to consent authorities.
Our local technical advisor has regularly attended site to ensure that the result is the bulletproof waterproofing system that everyone is after.
The roof needed a specific system - that would fit within new Christchurch city rebuild requirements and also provide further floor space for the building inhabitants as well as an aesthetically pleasing solution.
Warm roof solutions from Nuralite are an excellent option for a sustainable and effective way to create an environment that looks after people and the planet.
We wanted a home that complemented its surroundings by being as natural and low-profile as possible.
Correct design, detailing and specification of waterproof sheet membrane roofs and other surfaces has always been supremely important to ensure durable, low maintenance performance.
A fully-installed Nuralite Nuratherm Warm Roof System with Nuraply 3PM in white with the following benefits:
The most effective insulation (with no thermal breaks) and energy efficient flat roof available.
Improved acoustic and thermal properties of the building eliminating internal condensation in the roof space.
Highly reflective roof surface minimising the effects of solar gain and thermal movement.
Nuralite is proud to have provided the Nuratherm Warm Roof System and an effective solution to the flat roof installation of this significant project in the Christchurch rebuild.