Port Kembla Hospital, NSW

 

Port Kembla Hospital, NSW

 

Requirement:
In a high wind and high risk area on the 5th floor the waterproofing membrane had perished allowing extensive water damage to the entire ward.

 

Solution:
Remove existing bitumen based asbestos waterproof membrane including all ballastrading, capping and flashing back to the original slab. Install a full arrest system, PVC sheet membrane, capping and flashings accommodating for existing airconditioning equipment and communications equipment on the roof.

 

Materials used:
Sarnafil G410-20L fully adheared with Sarnacol 2142S




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