IBRB, Warwick University

The Project

The new Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building (IBRB) at the University of Warwick is a state of the art centre designed to house up to 300 biomedical researchers across neuroscience, microbiology, infection, cell biology as well as disease models. As well as a 400 seat lecture theatre, the impressive building is also home to a five-storey laboratory and various collaborative spaces, all designed to support life affirming biomedical research. 

Sage were responsible for the supply and install of the inverted roof system including IKO PermaTEC hot melt system as well as the IKO Armourplan single ply warm roof system. Sage also supplied an installed the SFS wall and roof to the plant room and Euroclad 32/1000 cladding over the top of it.

Project Details

Project

IBRB, Warwick University

Product

IKO PermaTEC inverted hot melt roofing, IKO Armourplan Single Ply system, Sotech TFC rainscreen cassettes, Euroclad built up cladding system, Ash & Lacy SFS system.

Contractor

Willmott Dixon Construction

Value

£500,000

INDUSTRY ACCREDITATIONS

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Achilles Building Confidence is one of the most in depth construction accreditation standards available; and Sage BEC is qualified to level 5 – the highest level of competence available. The service is designed to meet the increasingly demanding legislative and risk management requirements of construction clients. The rigorous audit process ensures compliance from all aspects of the business including company systems, health & safety, sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and labour compliance. This scheme is developed in line with best practice across the industry, something which Sage BEC are dedicated towards

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Sage BEC takes responsibility for the greenhouse gases we cannot avoid emitting by using the Climatecare offset calculator to determine how many tonnes of CO2 we produce in our trading year. To achieve Carbon Neutral status we pay Climatecare to reduce the equivalent amount of CO2 in another part of the world by investing that money into emission reduction projects replacing fuel hungry inefficient technologies with efficient low-carbon technologies in developing countries. Take a look at the Climatecare website to see the advances being made; from the simple provision of efficient cooking stoves to full blown wind and hydro power schemes.

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The Centre for Window and Cladding Technology (CWCT )is a leading information provider and trainer in the field of building envelopes and glazing. They provide a wide range of advice and information to the industry with the assistance of its members, and through our own membership, we hope to not only gain improved technical information and knowledge relating to building envelopes, but use our own experience to share this information with others in the industry, creating a much improved workflow.

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