Internal Cavity Drain Systems
Adhering strictly to the new British Standard BS8102:2009 ’Protection of Below Ground Structures from water from the ground,‘ the large majority of CCL’s structural waterproofing works consist of installing internal cavity drain systems into hotels, museums, leisure parks and shopping centres.
The British Museum
Royal Opera House,
St John’s Gardens,
St Georges Hill
University College London Hospital
Hammerson House, Hampstead
External Waterproofing/Gas Proofing
CCL install external waterproofing & tanking systems into projects of all sizes, from small residential dwellings up to large commercial facilities. Treatments can include pre-applied waterproof membranes prior to concrete pours, to post applied sheet or liquid applied membranes from a variety of product manufacturers.
New Build Basement, Pulborough
South Lodge Hotel & Spa, Horsham
Following the introduction of the new British Standard BS8102: 2009, it is common for a combined system to be installed to provide a ‘belt and braces’ approach to mitigate the risk of water ingress into basement areas. This is typically achieved with the installation of an externally applied waterproof system together with an internal cavity drain (water management system). Click here to view some of our recent projects.
Imperial Court Underground Car Park
St Georges Hill,
New Build Basement,
Four Winds Farm,
Internal Waterproofing/Tanking/Bunding Systems
CCL have 20 years of experience in protecting buildings internally from leaks caused by plant or sprinkler systems, such as raised level floors & plant rooms. Spray applied waterproof membranes are employed for such works and are typically installed into data centres, commercial plant rooms & other high risk areas such as hospitals, leisure centres and science laboratories.
Sky Central Headquarters, London
Aerotel, Terminal 3, Heathrow Airport
CCL have extensive experience in waterproofing a range of podium roof deck projects, from small luxury residential properties to high traffic shopping centres.