– Princess Park – Dartford, Kent
Guttermaster Limited was involved from the conception stage of this project, working closely with the Architect and contractor to design and manufacture complex faceted Bullnose Fascias. Rainwater is collected in the two large ponds at the north end of the stadium grounds.
Guttermaster devised a bespoke solution to form a perimeter feature and provide Princess Park with a skyline contrast.
Alexander Sedgley architects
Abacus Roofing Ltd
The concept couldn’t be simpler. Instead of letting rainwater from the roof and paved areas around the building run to waste, it is collected, filtered and reused as a substitute for treated mains water in non-critical applications. Clearly, water captured in this way cannot be used for drinking, bathing, showering or where there is any possibility of accidental ingestion However, captured rainwater is perfectly suited for general cleaning, toilets, laundry and watering plants. In fact, the absence of chemical additives and retention of natural properties is a positive benefit to plants.
Meters of bullnose
Fully formed angles
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.