As part of the continuing refurbishment of The Heritage Building (the old original hospital) at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, new rainwater hoppers and pipes are being installed in stages.
Supplied and manufactured in GRP material by Yeoman Rainguard at their head office facilities in Leeds, the Hoppers and Downpipes have been chosen in a design and colour to be in keeping with the art deco style of the Heritage Building which was erected in the early 1930s.
Replacing the ageing system are Yeoman Rainguard’s GRP 100mm dia. Standard Clip Downpipes and large Highland Rainwater Hoppers in an Agate Grey colour.
GRP is a durable and impact resistant construction material which being lightweight can assist the installation on very high rise or multi storey buildings such as the Heritage Building.
Once installed this tough rainwater system will not require maintenance, other than the occasional clear out, and as a through colour material the UV stable hoppers and downpipes will not be pervious to colour bleaching thus eliminating the need for repainting.
Offering 30 plus years of care-free service Yeoman Rainguard GRP rainwater systems are an economical choice adding to the sustainability of the building and reducing future maintenance costs.
“We have dealt with Yeoman Rainguard for many years and as always we are very pleased with the quality of service and rainwater goods supplied for the refurbishment programme of The Heritage Building,” commented Mick Townsend, Project Manager, Estates & Planning, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.
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