Basement Waterproofing Liverpool – The Florrie
Newton 508 and Newton 508 Mesh Cavity Drain Membranes used to waterproof this Grade II Listed Building in Liverpool known as "The Florrie". A local community pressure group in Liverpool campaigned for the restoration of the building and it was granted Grade II* Listed Building status
Basement Waterproofing Liverpool
Constructed in 1889 the “Florrie” as it is know by many locally, was a purpose built boys’ Youth Club. The Liverpool building closed in 1988 and fell into disrepair, the roof was then badly damaged by a major fire in 1999. A local community pressure group in Liverpool campaigned for the restoration of the Florrie and with granting of Grade II* Listed Building status, a £6.4 million restoration began in 2010.
Part of the ambitious restoration plans included for the utilisation of the damp basement for managed workspace units, offices, storage and WCs.
A full basement waterproofing strategy was required for this Liverpool landmark.
Newton Specialist Basement Contractor Protectahome designed and installed a Type C Drained Protection Waterproofing System incorporating BBA certificated products. The walls were treated using a combination of Newton 508 and Newton 508 Mesh Cavity Drain Membranes.
A fully serviceable Newton Basedrain perimeter drainage channel was installed, discharging to a combination of passive and powered disposal points.
Newton 601 flooring membrane was used to seal the floors prior to finishes being applied. In total the basement waterproofing system incorprates 1,200 square metres of Newton waterproof membranes and 200 linear metres of Newton Basedrain.
- Newton System 500 is ideal for listed buildings as the system is deemed ‘reversible’
- No messy and costly substrate preparation works.
- NSBC Protectahome provided a long term guarantee and design liability, covered by their own PI insurance Newton System 500 is a maintainable system so complies with BS8102:2009 regulations.
For further information about waterproofing Grade II Listed buildngs please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 01732 360095