In order to complement its maintenance, refurbishment and building works PNR operates a specialist in-house roofing and cladding division.
We provide a range of industrial roofing services including sheeting, cladding, asbestos sheeting removal, roof lights replacement, waterproofing systems, gutter lining and replacement and felting. We offer a full range of services from small repairs to large new-build and refurbishment projects throughout the UK.
CASE STUDY: OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL – ASPHALT ROOF RE-ROOFING & REPLACEMENT ROOFLIGHTS
Contract Value: £63,000.00
Contract Duration: 6 weeks
Client: Oxfordshire County Council
PNR were contracted after tendering for the works to undertake re-roofing works to all the flat asphalt roof areas with targeted rooflight replacements at a school in Oxford.
PNR overlayed all the flat asphalt roofs which had come to the end of their serviceable life with torch-applied roofing felts. Many original glass rooflights were replaced with new triple-skinned GRP rooflights whilst others were removed completely and covered over.
CASE STUDY: ST ALBANS – BUILDING OVERCLADDING
Contract Value: £120,000
Contract Duration: 6 Weeks
Client: Argo Vehicles Ltd
PNR were instructed to undertake a full survey and provide various costed options for cladding an existing single-storey brick office/workshop.
PNR were responsible for the design, evaluation and installation of an over-clad roof (using Joris ide 32/1000 cladding), new rooflights and 100mm insulation. Joris Ide JL Wall 1000 panels were also used for the brick walls.
CASE STUDY: ST HELENS – REPLACEMENT OF EXISTING 3 ROOFS WITH ACOUSTICALLY COMPLIANT NEW ROOF
Contract Value: £829,975
Contract Duration: 13 weeks
Client: Veolia Environmental Services Ltd.
PNR were appointed Principal Contractor and Designer on the modification and extension of an existing warehouse, incorporating the removal of the existing roof structures and replacement with a new insulated roof to meet acoustic specifications required by planning consent.
The roofing works were undertaken as part of a major building reconstruction by PNR and involved stripping the existing over-sheets and underlying “Galbestos“ coated roof cladding, then installing new purlins, modifications to existing roof trusses and other appropriate roof strengthening works .
A bespoke new joriside liner tray and composite panel roof was installed to comply with specific acoustic requirements set out in the planning permission.