velta has a range of screed systems to provide solutions in most forms of construction.
Applications with sand cement, pumpable self levelling, modified and polymer screeds are provided in the velta solutions.
Thin bed applications of only 15mm can be accommodated with the velta minitec system for refurbishment applications.
velta has extensive experience in providing the complete floor solution incorporating insulation, floor heating system and screed as a single contract.
The 9 Highland Schools for Highland Council is the biggest building programme ever to be undertaken by a local authority in the Highlands. velta installed a classic screed system to improve the environmental benefits.
A PFI project in Newcastle with Northgate and Prudhoe NHS Trust to provide a new £25m specialist Neuro Rehabilitation and Neuropsychiatry unit. velta installed a classic screed system, providing a safe and ivisible heating system.
Having completed several health centres with heating only applications working directly for Eric Wright, velta developed a solution to provide velta classic and velta tecto screed systems.
This new headquarters for the Department of Constitutional Affairs provides 47 courtrooms in a 16 storey building in Manchester. velta's classic screed system was installed to provide both heating and cooling to the 700m2 atrium area which rises to 11 storeys high.
The prestigious address in London, the location for one of Londonís most exclusive and luxurious residential developments, is installed with velta siccus, minitec and classic systems.
The state-of-the-art Rathbone Rehabilitation Centre in Liverpool cares for people with long term mental health problems in en-suite rooms. velta designers worked closely with the architect and M&E Consultants to develop the classic screed and siccus dry fit solutions for this project.
An innovative £3.3 million education centre at RHS Garden Harlow Carr is one of the UKís greenest buildings. The new building has been designed to be carbon neutral and one of the greenest buildings in the country.
The £55m Advanced Learning Centre, which will combine and replace Wombwell High School, and Darfield Foulstone School of Creative Arts, is one of three being developed as part of the third and final phase of the Barnsley Building Schools for the Future programme.
The project comprises of the construction of 3 flagship Schools and a Leisure centre, across four sites on the Orkney Islands. These enterprising developments in the education sector showcase our capacity for design engineering and efficient installation for projects of any size.
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