Residential Case Study

Bream Street, Bow

Project Background

Bream Street is a mixed-use development of seven buildings, including 202 modern 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, retail, employment and leisure spaces. Overlooking the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, this development includes 30% affordable housing. The scheme consists of demolishing a post-war commercial building to deliver a series of buildings set around three shared gardens within walking distance to Hackney Wick Overground station.

Cellecta’s ScreedBoard 20 was specified by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris due to it being the ideal overlay floorboard for acoustic applications. ScreedBoard 20 was laid upon the first floor over PIR to achieve U Values, as the build could not accept a wet screed due to weight restrictions upon the ground.

L&Q were awarded this 5,500m² contract to construct this development in Fish Village within bow.

Architect

EPR Architects

Contractor

Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

Type of Construction

Residential

Project size

5,500m²

Products Installed

  ScreedBoard 20

  HEXATHERM XFLOOR 250

  XFLO 250

  YELOfon HD5

  YELOfon ES10

  HG Joining Tape

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Products Installed Information

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HEXATHERM XFLO 250

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HEXATHERM XFLOOR 250

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YELOfon HD5

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YELOfon ES10

Screedboard

ScreedBoard 20

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HG Joining Tape