Work included standing seam roofing and an extensive waterproofing package – both for the roofs and the 229 balconies on the residential properties.
Camden Lock Village is a 50,000m2 mixed-use development of eight new buildings between three and nine storeys in height in the heart of Camden Town in North London.
In collaboration with supply chain partner BEMO, Prater was responsible for the design development and installation of the standing seam metal roofing on two of the buildings.
The stepped profile of the roofs were designed to match the building on the other side of the canal and help integrate the new development with the surrounding architecture.
The BEMO system selected for this project was designed to minimise thermal bridging and deliver the required levels of soundproofing.
Prater also installed hot-melt and liquid waterproofing systems on seven of the new buildings for main main contractor Mace and supply chain partner Radmat Building Products.
Karl Moxon at Prater said: “The size and complexity of this project meant that collaboration and communication throughout the supply chain was crucial to ensure the successful completion.
“At Prater, this is a fundamental part of our approach to every project and something we share with Mace as one our long term clients.”