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Speed and reliability were of paramount importance when FDT (UK) was asked to supply a roof system to the Royal Navy's new fleet headquarters. Located on Whale Island in Portsmouth, the 4,000m 2 new-build roofing project posed a challenge of negotiating several large north-facing sky lights with steep pitches that prevent direct sunlight shining into the building. Contractor James Watt from Angus Roofing Contractors wasted no time in opting for the proven benefits of Rhenofol CV membrane from single-ply specialist FDT (UK) to complete the task.

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