Brincliffe House, Sheffield

An Unusual Building with a Wide Range of Uses

Artisan honey bees, bespoke sliding rooflights to allow roof level access, protected deck areas with planters; these are just some of the unusual features of this cooperative housing development in Sheffield.

Sheffield Architect Ted Tunnicliffe of Tatlow Stancer Architects decided to specify Dryseal yet again as the roof waterproofing on this town house development, having been happy with the system on several recent Sheffield projects including a large housing scheme and a health care clinic.

Ted said “We designed the roof to be fully accessible from inside the building to ensure that a wide variety of potential uses were taken into consideration. We asked the structural engineer to account for potentially heavy roof loading where paved and slabbed areas were intended. As ever, Hambleside Danelaw’s Technical Department were very helpful advising on the design of some details, the results of their fantastic service helped achieve a roof finished to a really high standard.”

Andy Fell, Dryseal Manager for Hambleside Danelaw said “Having worked with Ted successfully on several projects since 2016, we were delighted to be able to help and have the opportunity to work on this specification. As you can see from the photographs, work has been completed to a high standard by Sheffield firm Cure Roofing who as ever completed their work with care.”

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