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Stanborough Reservoir Roof, Baffle Curtains and Internal Expansion Joints


South West Water


M J Gleeson


Faber Maunsell


Stanborough Water Treatment Works, near Totnes, Devon

Contract Size and description:

Roof Waterproofing: 2,000m² 1.2mm DWI approved reinforced polypropylene

Baffle Curtains: 120LM – 3 no. Curtains x 4m high

611LM Mastic sealant to floor and wall joints

The irregular shaped reservoir roof required several alternative edge details around the perimeter. The roof work was carried out in conjunction with the baffle curtain work. Internal tower scaffolds were employed for both the curtain installation and the mastic sealant application to the upper wall areas.

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