At Metalline we are committed to developing our products to be sustainable for the duration of a typical building lifetime. We minimise our environmental impact through both the design and manufacturing process of our products.
We are on a journey that enables quality, sustainable architecture, from the use of environmentally friendly materials and methods through to fully recyclable materials. Our new Rockpanel facade cladding especially contributes towards a future of sustainability. Not only does it shape the sustainable design of new buildings, it also contributes to urban regeneration in refurbishment projects by transforming tired, outdated buildings into, attractive, desirable living environments.
For independent qualified advice on the best Sustainable Cladding Solutions for your building. Talk to Metalline.
Environmental Standards with BREEAM
Using a straightforward and transparent scoring system, BREEAM standards address a wide range of environmental and sustainability factors within building and construction. This gives developers the opportunity to prove the environmental credentials of their building designs to planners and clients prior to the their construction with an BRE backed assessment certificate.
Metalline is proud to announce that Ultima aluminium insulated panels are helping buildings conform to the highest level of BREEAM ratings standards. We manufacture products that are environmentally conscious whilst also providing superb aesthetic features.
Help create a sustainable future with Metalline
Rest assured that when you specify a Metalline product it will be as environmentally friendly as possible.
If you are interested Sustainable Cladding Solutions then please contact us today on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01543 456 930.
The following projects included the Unity aluminium rainscreen cladding panels
HMRC REGIONAL HUB
The new HMRC regional hub at the Arena Central complex in Birmingham will, when completed provide over 240,000, sq ft of grade A commercial space over its ground and 13 upper floors. The building which is due for completion in 2020 features an external envelope of geometric glass and aluminium facades that create an iconic feature to this area of central Birmingham.Read More
3 GLASS WHARF, TEMPLE QUARTER BRISTOL
The new build £75m project is part of the regeneration of the Temple Quarter enterprise zone in the city and includes a new office development at 3 Glass Wharf. The office building which will be occupied by HMRC, features a shimmering external envelope with an amalgamation of glazed units and rainscreen panels finished in a palette of champagne and sea foam green. The result is an external facade that creates a symmetry with both the surrounding buildings and its proximity to the riverside area.Read More