Old meets New. Britain’s rich and diverse architectural heritage requires careful protection and architects have to observe strict regulations when it comes to renovating heritage buildings.
Such careful planning was necessary during the monumental renovation project to modernise the Kingston Buildings of Bath Abbey. The interior had to be torn down to make way for the various new layouts. The brand new spaces were designed to be state-of-the-art and they required an efficient and, above all, non-destructive solution to ensure thorough ventilation throughout the building.
Due to its versatility and mouldability – the bespoke liner is inserted in a soft, folded state and inflated once within the ventilation duct – VentilFlex 25 was chosen to renovate the building as an air-tight and corrosion-resistant ventilation system without any changes made to the building structure that conventional rigid liners would have required.
Click on the link below to read the case study and find out more about the technical challenges the team overcame using VentilFlex 25.