Tudor Rose Court is a modern retirement development located on the former site of the Savoy Buildings on South Parade. The development consists of 66 modern one and two bedroom retirement apartments close to local amenities with sea views from communal areas.
McCarthy & Stone, a retirement housebuilder, appointed contractors, Jessella Limited, to provide the tested and bespoke building envelope solutions to the development, offering specialist consultancy, design & chartered engineering together with flexible procurement and installation services comprising of the insulated render, windows, doors, curtain wall and roofing works.
SPSenvirowall supplied its TS Rail system with EPS along with 4,000m2 of silicone render to complete the facades of the 66 unit, 6 storey SFS building.
Fully NHBC compliant, the SPSenvirowall TS Rail system with EPS is installer friendly and uses an easy to fit fire retardant polystyrene insulant that has successfully been full-scale fire tested to be used on buildings over 18 meters.
Many buildings and structures are of visual interest in Southsea, ranging from Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian periods. Tudor Rose Court with its white silicone render facade is sensitive to the local architecture and provides an aesthetically pleasing building, emphasising SPSenvirowall’s ability to match any colour suited to any development.
Our recommendation ensured that not only were we able to meet the client's design objective, the render used also compliments the cladding featured on the building and is sympathetic to the local surroundings.