October 2015

Terminal Building at Farnborough Airport

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Syphonic drainage specialists Fullflow completed the design, manufacture and installation of their syphonic drainage system for the eye-catching new Terminal Building at Farnborough Airport, Hampshire.

Tags: airport,


High Flyers Fullflow Complete Terminal 5 Roof Drainage Installations

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow completed the design, manufacture and installation of roof drainage systems on five buildings at London Heathrow’s new Terminal 5.

Tags: airport,


Barajas International Airport

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Barajas Airport in Madrid is one of the largest European construction projects of this decade. The airport was built to create a new ‘hub’ located in Southern Europe to be used as a link between European and South American flights.

Tags: airport,


Chek Lap Kok Airport

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Chek Lap Kok Airport Passenger Terminal has one of the worlds largest roof areas at 156,000 m². The size of roof demanded that Fullflow develop a new rainwater outlet, Tholoflow capable of removing rainwater at a rate of 75 L/S.

Tags: airport,


Bâle Mulhouse Air Terminal

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow designed, manufactured and installed syphonic drainage systems to the extension of Bâle Mulhouse Air terminal (first phase) located at the border between France and Switzerland.

Tags: airport,


Kuala Lumpur Airport, Malaysia

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: airport,


Gatwick Airport - Pier 4

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: airport,


Edinburgh Airport

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: airport,


Renault Sens Maintenance Logistic Shed

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Bouygues Construction, through its property development subsidiary Cirmad has signed an off-plan contract of 80 millions euros to build a logistics platform for Renault.

Tags: automotive,


Peugeot

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: automotive,


Perkins Engines Refurbishment

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: automotive,


Ford Motor Company

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow has successfully completed a number of projects for Ford Motor Company. The largest of which is the extension to the engine factory at Chihuahua, Mexico.

Tags: automotive,


General Motors

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

The building was in need of refurbishment and prior to starting on site, Fullflow personnel carried out site surveys to assess the pipe routing due to access to other services being difficult.

Tags: automotive,


Toyota UK

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

The 210,000 m² roof area is drained by a Fullflow gravity roof drainage system with 12,000 metres of galvanised steel pipe up to 450mm diameter, 2,500 metres of cast iron pipe and 500 metres of HDPE pipe - all supported by 150 tonnes of bracketry with over 3,500 couplings.

Tags: automotive,


Toyota France

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow have designed, manufactured and installed a syphonic system for Toyota in Onnaing France.

Tags: automotive,


Iconic Museum to Feature a Combined Fullflow Syphonic and Gravity Roof Drainage System

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Roof drainage specialists Fullflow have won the contract to design a combined syphonic and gravity drainage system on Glasgow’s new Riverside Museum.

Tags: commercial,


Renault Building, (now known as Spectrum) Swindon

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Towards the end of 2006 syphonic drainage specialists Fullflow won the contract to design, manufacture and install a syphonic rainwater drainage system onto Sir Norman Foster’s Renault Building in Wiltshire.

Tags: commercial, distribution, refurbishment,


National Museum of Liverpool

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow has won the contract to manufacture, design and install a syphonic rainwater drainage system for the new National Museum of Liverpool.

Tags: commercial, government,


Doncaster Racecourse

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow has recently completed the design, manufacturer and installation of a syphonic drainage system on the new grandstand and conference centre as part of the £32 million refurbishment of Doncaster Racecourse in South Yorkshire.

Tags: commercial, stadia,


The Qube office & retail development 90 Whitfield Street, London

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Syphonic drainage specialist Fullflow recently designed, manufactured, and installed a syphonic drainage system for the Qube, 90 Whitfield Street, London.

Tags: commercial,


Cork Airport Business Park – Unit 30

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Syphonic drainage specialists Fullflow completed the design, manufacture and installation of a syphonic drainage system for Unit 30 at Cork Airport Business Park.

Tags: commercial,


Mamhilad Park Estate

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: commercial,


‘Green’ Warehouse Features Fullflow Syphonic Drainage System

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Syphonic drainage specialist Fullflow has designed, manufactured and installed a syphonic drainage system for what is possibly Britain’s ‘greenest’ warehouse.

Tags: distribution,


G Park

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow designed, manufactured and installed syphonic drainage systems to this large distribution centre in Bedford.

Tags: distribution,


Barlborough Links

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: distribution,


Project Synchro

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: distribution,


Booker Developments

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Rated at Category 3, the 18,000 m² roof area is drained using just 17 downpipes.

Tags: distribution,


Gazeley – building n° 1 G - Track - Magna park - ARRAS (62)

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Extract from Moniteur magazine N° 5255 dated 13/08/2004

Tags: distribution,


Prologis Distribution Centre, Barcelona

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: distribution,


Top Marks for Fullflow's Rainwater Drainage System on Everest Community College

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Roof drainage specialists Fullflow, has successfully completed the installation of a combined gravity and syphonic roof drainage system on the new Everest Community College as part of the development of Merton Rise, Basingstoke.

Tags: education,


Shrewsbury's Cricket School of Excellence

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

In 2006 Fullflow won the contract to design, manufacture and install a syphonic drainage system onto Shrewsbury’s Cricket School of Excellence.

Tags: education,


Stroud College

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow provide syphonic knowledge for Stroud College

Tags: education,


Huntingdon Combined Justice Centre Features Syphonic Drainage & Rainwater Recycling Systems

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow has recently completed the design, manufacturer and installation of a syphonic drainage system for the new Combined Justice Centre in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire.

Tags: government,


The Treasury Building

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Following an extensive refurbishment, the Treasury Building now benefits from a state-of-the-art syphonic rainwater management system, designed, manufactured, supplied and installed by market-leading rainwater management specialists Fullflow Group.

Tags: government, refurbishment,


City Hall - Greater London Authority Building

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow successfully designed, manufactured and installed a complete syphonic drainage system on this prestigious rounded glass building.

Tags: government, specialist,


Rolls Royce

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow designed, manufactured and installed their ISO 9001:2000 certified syphonic systems on the £85 million state-of-the-art Rolls-Royce production facility in Inchinnan, Scotland.

Tags: manufacturing,


British Aerospace

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow designed, manufactured and installed its innovative self-priming syphonic rainwater management system to three construction hangars in Broughton, Chester where the wings for the A380 Airbus were manufactured.

Tags: manufacturing,


Siemens

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: manufacturing,


Dyson Headquarters

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: manufacturing,


Coca Cola Schweppes Beverages Ltd

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: manufacturing,


IGUS Headquarters

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: manufacturing,


LG Electronics, Newport

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

The LG Electronics development at Newport demonstrates the full range of Fullflow’s expertise.

Tags: manufacturing,


Fullflow Complete Athlone Town Centre Redevelopment

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Syphonic drainage specialists Fullflow has completed the design, manufacture and installation of a syphonic drainage system for the €150 million mixed use town centre development on an eight-acre site in the heart of Athlone, Ireland.

Tags: mixed development,


Excel Exhibition Centre

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow designed, manufactured and installed a syphonic system at Excel, the international exhibition and conference centre situated at Royal Victoria Dock, London.

Tags: mixed development,


Gloucester Leisure Centre

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: mixed development,


Lok Ma Chau Terminus Features Fullflow Syphonic Drainage

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Syphonic drainage specialists Fullflow designed, manufactured and supplied a syphonic drainage system for GELEC (HK) Limited who undertook the installation, for the new Lok Ma Chau Spur Line checkpoint and public transport interchange in Hong Kong.

Tags: rail,


Refurbished St Pancras Station Features Fullflow Syphonic & Gravity Systems

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow has recently completed the design and installation of a combined syphonic and gravity rainwater system as part of the £600m refurbishment of the Grade 1 listed St Pancras Railway Station in central London.

Tags: rail,


Liverpool South Parkway Interchange

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Syphonic drainage specialist Fullflow has designed manufactured and installed a syphonic drainage system for the award winning Liverpool South Parkway Interchange.

Tags: rail,


Manchester Piccadilly Station

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

The flexibility and efficiency of the Fullflow syphonic roof drainage system was fully demonstrated at Manchester Piccadilly Station in 1999 following its first major overhaul since 1959.

Tags: rail, refurbishment,


Leeds Station

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Between 1999 and 2002, Leeds station underwent a £245m modernisation to allow more trains to travel through and caters for faster trains.

Tags: rail,


Northfield Depot

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Working closely with contractors YJL Construction Limited and Roughton London Limited, Fullflow designed a system to remove water from a roof area of 13, 650 square metres into three downpipes, via 64 outlets and 1,300 metres of polyethylene pipe work.

Tags: rail,


Stratford Market Depot: Jubilee Line Extension

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow has worked on four buildings on the Jubilee Line Extension project. Installing syphonic drainage systems on the office and amenities building, workshop and stores, the traction substation and the main distribution train shed.

Tags: rail,


St Pancras Station (Refurbishment)

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow has recently completed the design, manufacture and installation of a combined syphonic and gravity rainwater system as part of the £600m refurbishment of the Grade 1 listed St Pancras Railway Station in central London.

Tags: rail, refurbishment,


The Albert Memorial

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

The renovated Albert Memorial in London was restored blending age-old skills with a thoroughly modern approach to rainwater management.

Tags: refurbishment, specialist,


Leicester Marriott Hotel

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow designed, manufactured and installed syphonic drainage systems to the Marriott Hotel, Leicester.

Tags: residential, hotels,


Whitfield House Residential Development

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow designed, manufactured and installed syphonic drainage systems to Whitfield House residential development by York House Construction, Bradford where 85 luxury apartments were developed.

Tags: residential, hotels,


Riverside Quarter

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: residential, hotels,


Canary Riverside Hotel

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: residential, hotels,


Greenwich Millennium Village

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: residential, hotels,


Crown Plaza Hotel – NEC

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: residential, hotels,


ASDA

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow have designed, manufactured and installed syphonic systems at ASDA stores across the country.

Tags: retail,


Bluewater Shopping Centre

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Following the successful completion of a number of prestigious projects on behalf of Lend Lease in Australia, the company turned to Fullflow to assist in the roof drainage of the Bluewater Shopping Centre development, the largest in Europe with a roof area of 96,250 m².

Tags: retail,


Aldi

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Completed projects include: Oldham – roof area: 37,900m2, Chelmsford, Atherstone, Middleton, Darlington.

Tags: retail,


Tesco

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Completed projects include: York, Bracknell, Poole, Middlesex, Harlow, Romford, Northampton, Goole, Loughborough, Great Yarmouth and many more.

Tags: retail,


Savill Garden Visitor Centre

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Syphonic drainage specialist Fullflow has recently completed the design, manufacture and installation of a syphonic drainage system for the stunning new visitor centre at Savill Garden within Windsor Great Park, London.

Tags: specialist,


The Great Court, British Museum

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow designed, manufactured and installed a complete syphonic drainage rainwater system to the roof of the great court in the British Museum, London.

Tags: specialist,


Liverpool Arena & Convention Centre

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Rainwater management specialists Fullflow have completed the design, manufacturer and installation of a primary and secondary syphonic drainage system on Liverpool’s new Arena and Convention Centre.

Tags: stadia,


Dundalk Stadium

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Fullflow completed the design, manufacture and installation of a syphonic drainage system for the extension to the existing grandstand at Dundalk racecourse in Ireland.

Tags: stadia,


Daegu World Cup 2002 Stadium

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

This visionary stadium, one of the venues for the 2002 Football World Cup, incorporates a state–of-the art syphonic rainwater management system from Fullflow Group Limited.

Tags: stadia,


The Millennium Stadium

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Opened in late 1999, the Millennium Stadium is the largest project of its type in the UK to date, seating up to 75,000 spectators.

Tags: stadia,


The Oval, Surrey County Cricket Club

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

The eye-catching Vauxhall End Stand at the Oval features a syphonic drainage system, designed, manufactured and installed by Fullflow.

Tags: stadia,


Huddersfield FC – The Galpharm Stadium

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Huddersfield’s Galpharm Stadium was one of the first stadiums in the UK to feature a concave curved roof which slopes towards the pitch. Completed in 1995, the venue is home to Huddersfield Town Football Club, Huddersfield Giants Rugby League Club and plays host to a number of major sporting and musical events.

Tags: stadia,


Swansea City – White Rock Stadium

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: stadia,


Old Trafford – Manchester Utd FC

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: stadia,


Stamford Bridge – Chelsea FC

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: stadia,


Ibrox - Glasgow Rangers

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: stadia,


St Marys Stadium – Southampton FC

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: stadia,


Hull Community Stadium

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: stadia,


Hillsborough - Sheffield Wednesday FC

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: stadia,


Riverside Stadium

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: stadia,


City Ground

Posted on: 20 Oct 2015

Tags: stadia,