Julia’s House provides practical and emotional support for families caring for a children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions.
London / Damian Hursts studio
MacLennan were contracted by Walter Lilly to work with them and the architect to provide a robust seamless waterproofing system that could be applied over convoluted shapes on timber. The roof was to be waterproofed then have reflective rain screens fitted on hundreds of brackets which had to be incorporated within the waterproofing.
The system proposed by the architect was MacLennan Polyprufe.
This is a stunning deco fronted listed building built between 1936 and 1942 and has been empty for years. It was owned by Glaxo Smith Kline, having formerly been an aircraft parts factory and then taken over by Beechams and then Barratt Homes.
Historic Building, London
MacLennan Waterproofing are working on an elegant Georgian country manor originally established as a Hunting Lodge in the 13th Century, then rebuilt by the Duke of Clarence in the 1740’s for royalty.
Queen Victoria and her family and poets T.S.Eliot and Alfred Lord Tennyson among others have been associated with the estate, which underwent refurbishment to transform it into ‘the ultimate house in the country’ complete with grand spa. It re-opened summer 2008.
MacLennan Waterproofing were employed by Carrilion the main contractors for the project to provide a waterproofing scheme for the four basements being created under the new buildings and the main house.
Although there has been a substantial property on the site since 1791, Armsworth House in Hampshire dates from circa 1862. MacLennan were called in to provide internal cellar waterproofing to the vaulted winebasement cellar. Whilst there has been no history of flooding in this cellar, the client required it to be completely waterproofed and dry from any moisture or water, including condensation.