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Waterproofing London's most anticipated Private Residents Club, Earls Court, London.
This new build multi residential and commercial development in Earls Court, London will eventually stretch from Chelsea football ground to Kensington Olympia and comprises of over 800 multi-million pound luxury apartments, townhouses and penthouse suites, as well as London’s largest private re...
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Newton System 500 flood mitigation controls the River Thames
This Thames property originally had a wet dock but this had been back filled and capped with a concrete floor. The client wished to use the ground floor as a bedroom, but during a recent flood the water level reached 500mm internally. Newton System 500 provided the ideal solution, by redirecti...
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Structural Waterproofing - Christian Dior, New Bond Street
Internally and externally waterproofing the below-ground developments of the extended Christian Dior store on New Bond Street, with Newton 403 HydroBond, Newton 107F and Newton System 500. The property line construction between two existing buildings meant that there was a requirement for wat...
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Basement Waterproofing - Waterproofing The Houses Of Parliament
Waterproofing this historic London landmark - external waterproofing with Newton 403 HydroBond, internal waterproofing with Newton System 500, installed by Newton Specialist Basement Contractor MacLennanUK. Externally, Newton’s innovative ‘Type A’ 403 HydroBond membrane was applied extensivel...
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Saving a Grand Designs Basement from Complete Disaster - Waterproofing in East London
A young couple building their dream first home - and filmed by Channel 4’s Grand Designs - fell foul of rogue contractors when their site became a basement disaster. Excavations performed contrary to the Structural Engineer’s instructions resulted in the banks falling in beneath the street, w...
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Waterproofing Historic Leaking Vaults at Imperial College, London
As part of their ongoing relationship with the Imperial College London, Newton Specialist Contractor A.P. Gooch was tasked with assessing and waterproofing 11 historic Victorian brick vaults beneath the streets of Kensington, London, after the existing competitor ‘waterproof render’ had failed...