Newly built school in Christchurch required a roof, reflecting the modern design of the building, with added durability to withstand the conditions. The aim was to achieve a mix of functionality and design in the final product.
Essentially a tough, long lasting solution was needed, that could cope with the weather in Christchurch. Yet had an element of style to match the innovative vision of the Architect.
From a green roof designer's perspective, flat roofs provide the most beneficial substrate for green roof performance and implementation.
We wanted a home that complemented its surroundings by being as natural and low-profile as possible.
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.
Correct design, detailing and specification of waterproof sheet membrane roofs and other surfaces has always been supremely important to ensure durable, low maintenance performance.
Using the Nuraply 3PM double layer system, we installed the roof by sequencing the insulation process. By first laying down the base sheet and making the roof watertight, we could then allow minimal foot traffic through the duration of construction phase as it was needed. Once construction was finished, we inspected and repaired the base sheet ensuring it was pristine.
After that we put the finishing cap sheet down, guaranteeing the membrane surface was untarnished and providing the complete Nuraply 3PM double layer membrane system.