Case study:

National Army Museum, London. SW3

National Army Museum, London. SW3

A refurbishment project aimed to open-up and extend the existing building; to improve both accessibility and the flow of visitors around the exhibits.

The project involved extensive installation of both traditional and liquid screed systems, requiring wide-ranging floor preparation methods to existing surfaces and the installation of various types of expansion joint systems.

Chelsea, SW3. London
June 2016 - March 2017
Gilbert Ash Construction

Works carried out

  • 3000m2 Pumped rapid drying floor screed.
  • 3000m2 Pumped free-flowing underlayment.
  • 400m Expansion joint systems installed.
“Diverse Screed & Resin Contractors have undertaken a large number of projects on behalf of Ashe Construction over the past 4 years. The projects are varied and range from Commercial & Industrial, Education, Leisure & Motor Dealerships. The level of service provided and the quality of the work consistently delivered has resulted in Diverse securing the majority of projects Ashe undertake.”

Kevin Morris - Senior Design Manager, Ashe Construction

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