Lawtech Group’s specialist facades division delivers a range of cladding works in-house utilising Lawtech’s Design & Quality team. Our extensive experience extends across a range of systems such as rainscreen, terracotta, fibre cement and external wall insulation, with structural or concrete repairs as necessary.
It is Lawtech’s policy to not install any cladding panels or insulation that does not comply to A2-s1, d0 on any building of any height. Only panels that achieve A2-s1, d0 or A1 will be installed.
External Wall Insulation.
Lawtech is one of the leading installers of specialist facades in the UK. Our team includes some of the most knowledgeable and experienced experts in the field. We work with most leading manufacturers in the UK and are actively involved with trade associations and other stakeholders, providing advice on current regulations and best practice.
Insulated render systems are beneficial to ensuring an energy efficient building and can be applied to the majority of substrates. EWI comprises a series of layered components. It is crucial that designs comply with building regulations and that installation is carried out correctly to prevent unintended consequences such as poor ventilation. Manufacturers consult with Lawtech during product development to ensure that long term issues are designed out of their systems.
Lawtech’s specialist facades division provides clients with innovative cladding solutions that are both functional and aesthetically striking. Recently completed projects include rainscreen and terracotta cladding schemes.
Working in conjunction with our supply chain partners, Lawtech offers bespoke design and technical calculations in addition to installation services.
Structural repairs are a core element of our specialist facades division and our directly-employed site teams have many years of experience in the sector, offering excellent service and value-for-money.
Specialist Facade ProjectsView more
Stepney Way & Stepney Green, Stepney
Lawtech completed the removal and replacement of combustible timber rainscreen cladding in balcony areas at Stepney Way and Stepney Green located in Stepney, London.Read more
Newport House, Bow
Lawtech undertook the removal of existing Trespa HPL balcony and walkway infill panels and replacement with new non-combustible facade materials from a residential block in Bow.Read more
Parkside St. Peter’s Phase 1
Completing the first phase of a two phase project at an 8-storey residential development located in Battersea, Lawtech undertook the removal and replacement of the existing combustible ACM cladding.Read more
Outlook Building, Portsmouth
Lawtech undertook a remedial programme to replace defective cladding suffering from water ingress.Read more
Messenger Court, Bermondsey
Lawtech undertook the ACM replacement of an occupied residential block in Bermondsey.Read more
Dairy Close, Parsons Green
Lawtech completed a full cladding replacement to 5 mid-rise blocks on behalf of L&Q, with the project being put forward for an award by LABC.Read more
Clyde Terrace, Forest Hill
Following a programme of site investigations Lawtech undertook the replacement of high level cladding on several mid-rise blocks.Read more
Edward Woods Estate, W11
External Wall Insulation delivered both thermal benefits and a welcome acoustic buffer from the street sounds of this bustling urban estate.Read more
Holly Park, Islington
Holly Park is a unique External Wall Insulation (EWI) scheme that balances the need for energy efficiency with restrictive planning requirements.Read more
Mottram Towers, Stockport
Multi-disciplinary works at 1,050 dwellings across a range of three-storey tenements and high-rise towers across various locations in Stockport.Read more
Borough Wide Refurbishment, Southwark
As part of an Energy Efficiency drive, Southwark Council embarked upon a two year programme of refurbishment using considerable ECO funding secured by Lawtech.Read more
In January 2016 Lawtech Group started its first job for Whitefriars Housing. Works looked to improve the thermal comfort and aesthetics of three residential blocks of flats. The blocks totalled 39 homes.Read more