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Case Studies

Our clients have a range of reasons for choosing Insulslab and these key drivers are highlighted in each case study.

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WDH, Ripley Court

WDH has adopted Insulslab as the preferred foundation system to support its commitment to a ‘Fabric First’ approach to building energy efficient affordable homes.

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Barratt Homes, The Elms, Stockton on Tees

Barratt Homes has benefitted from both time and cost savings at ‘The Elms’, a new build development in Stockton on Tees, after replacing a traditional raft foundation structure with Insulslab– the fully integrated and super insulated foundation system.

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HPC Homes, Ramsey St Mary’s, Cambridgeshire

Insulslab has been adopted by Lincolnshire based HPC Homes for a prestigious housing development in Ramsey St Mary’s, Cambridgeshire. Used as a cap on piles at the former agricultural site, Insulslab facilitated efficient site progression by removing the need for a ‘dig off’, which would have been required with a traditional ring beam detail.

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Countryside Properties, Saxon Park, Warrington

Having been targeted to achieve an additional 25 percent carbon reduction on top of the Building Regulations, Countryside Properties turned to Insulslab, a super insulated and fully integrated foundation system, to increase energy efficiency at Saxon Park – a new affordable homes development in Warrington.

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Lovell Midlands, Briar Hill, Milton Keynes

An affordable homes development for Milton Keynes Council was kept on track thanks to the time and cost saving benefits of the fully integrated and super-insulated foundation system, Insulslab.

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