Cinema & Leisure Centre
Bolton, Greater Manchester
For some owners and operators, the justification for rainwater harvesting may not be strictly commercial. Schemes like this demonstrate a company’s environmental concern and forward thinking approach to ecological issues. Many countries on the Continent already include rainwater saving in new-build projects and it may only be a matter of time before EU directives or changes to UK Building Regulations make harvesting mandatory. Building a system in at the outset of new projects is far less costly than retrofitting.
Most significantly, from a hospitality perspective, having a water harvesting system in place may contribute to maintaining quality of service for customers at times of water scarcity.
Leach Rhodes Walker
Meters of rainwater
Meters of fascia
Guttermaster devised a slim edge perimeter feature aluminium coping with secondary support, providing the roof edge with bold symmetrical lines around the whole building.
Guttermaster was called on to provide our SnapLok Capping. We supplied a fully welded curved solution which far exceeded the expectations of the architect.
Guttermaster devised a perimeter feature aluminium coping with secondary support, providing the roof edge with bold symmetrical lines around the whole building.