Company: McCormick Flat Roofing
Project: Marshall Street Regeneration
Materials used: Heat-activated VCL, PUR insulation, SureWeld TPO
McCormick Flat Roofing have not long completed work on the 16-month refurbishment of a listed building famous for its stunning barrelled roof.
Their work will help ensure the marblelined Grade ll listed Marshall Street baths in London’s Soho, which opened in 1932 but closed 13 years ago for safety reasons, will be taken off English Heritage’s Buildings at Risk register and re-open to the public.
The £25million redevelopment by Marshall Street Regeneration will incorporate a new leisure centre featuring gym, sauna, health suite and dance and exercise studios, as well as 52 new homes, of which 15 will be affordable housing, a new cleansing depot and car park.
McCormick achieved a consistent flat finish to the single ply installation over the reinforced concrete roof as well as undertaking the rooflights and all builders work ... and all on time and within budget.
Stewart McCormick said: “This very difficult project of 1,000m² of barrelled roof on a 4,500m² roofing project was carried out in arguably the busiest part of the UK in terms of getting deliveries in, and logistically 80% of the roof was almost vertical.”