The Conservation range of clay roof tiles are available in two distinctive colours, created by using a very fine sand, The Conservation Weathered; A natural warm tone, achieving an instant mellow and settled look and The Conservation Red; perfect for vertical tiling especially suited for villages and hamlets with that old style charm.
The Conservation range of clay roof tiles are manufactured using high quality clay, achieving high strength and durability properties, giving homeowners and contractors peace of mind for many years to come. The conservation range comes with a complete set of associated fittings, including Hog Back Ridge, Half Round Ridge, Bonnet Hips, Valley tiles and External Angles.
The Conservation Red and Conservation Weathered are a particular favourite in the two Garden Cities, Letchworth and Welwyn Garden City in Hertfordshire. Many of the bay fronted properties in these towns sport this colour and style of clay roof tile.
Many other properties up and down the country have also adopted this range of clay tile for its colour, texture and durability.
The Conservation range of clay roof tiles are suited to a wide range of building applications, from the house itself, to out buildings such as sheds and other constructions.
British Airways i360 was designed, engineered, manufactured and promoted by the team responsible for the London Eye. The attraction cost £46 million, with £36 million being funded by a Public Works Loan Board loan through Brighton and Hove city council.
Formerly known as the Brighton i360, this prized East Sussex project aimed to attract 739,000 paying customers every year. The owner of the site, the West Pier Trust, hoped in 2014 that a successful i360 would lead to the rebuilding of the historic West Pier.
Plans were originally submitted in June 2006 for the East Sussex attraction and were approved by Brighton and Hove City Council later that year with construction projected to start in 2007. Following delays of around 15 months, the off site construction of the sections of the tower began in 2008 in the Netherlands, and work on reconstructing the arches beneath and to the east of the pier to allow the tower construction began in November 2012. Work on the tower itself began in May 2014, with the attraction being scheduled to open in 2016.
The Dutch steelwork specialist Hollandia prefabricated the cylindrical steel sections of the tower, known by the team as cans. The column is 13 feet in diameter, and with a height to diameter ratio of 40:1, it is the worlds slenderest tall tower.
The space age glass passenger pod was designed and built by cable car specialists POMA, which, if you think they look familiar, it is because they were built by the same company that built the pods on the London Eye capsules. The passenger pod is 59 feet in diameter and holds up to two hundred people. The viewing pod travels from street level to a height of 453 feet before returning to beach level. The pod provides a complete 360 degree view through curved glass and is heated and air conditioned, with full wheelchair accessibility and bench seating. It also contains a bar and restaurant in the base building. What better way to view the sights of East Sussex?
English Heritage believed that the 2006 plan would provide an outstanding feature on the East Sussex seafront, and a worthy companion to any successor to the West Pier.
The project was the winner of the Judges Special Award at the British Construction Industry Awards 2017. It also won The Award for Tall or Slender Structures and The Supreme Award for Structural Engineering Excellence at The Institution of Structural Engineers Structural Awards 2017.
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