Sunbury Court, London

For the internal and external refurbishment of the Grade II Listed Mansion House at Sunbury Court in London, Proteus Waterproofing was appointed to supply a complete roofing system.

Product brief:

Set to house the Salvation Army’s international conference and training facilities, and its International College for Officers, the building’s dining room also features valuable frescoes painted by Swedish artist Elias Martin (1739-1818) in 1768.

Key Requirement: Seamless Waterproofing

Proteus Waterproofing flat roof overlay systems were selected, as they offer a seamless covering across the entire roof area, including complex detailing, with a 15 year guarantee. Monodex Smooth high performance anti-carbonation protective coating was specified to the parapets and balustrades, in conjunction with Proteus repair mortars.

Key Requirement: Quality Control

Due to the complex nature of the works, the client requested Proteus Waterproofing and its licensed contractor work in close partnership to successfully deliver the project to a very high standard.

Key Requirement: Health & Safety

With its cold application, the Proteus Waterproofing seamless system removed the need for hot works. The system’s ease of application also minimised risk to operatives and residents by reducing equipment and material requirements in an occupied building.

Key Requirement: Performance

Proteus Waterproofing seamless roof systems offer 10, 15, 20 and 25 year durability options.

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