Alumasc Rainwater has provided a beautiful bespoke Rainwater System to the Royal Liverpool Golf Club in Hoylake just a few weeks prior to the 2014 Open Championship.
As part of key preparations for the world-famous tournament, the rainwater system on the Clubhouse was in need of some refurbishment, but works had to be carried out within a tight timeframe of 8 weeks in order for it to be completed in time for the competition.
Furber Roofing installed approximately 100 linear metres of Alumascs painted Cast Iron Rainwater around all elevations of the Clubhouse, and in order to ensure a result that remained sympathetic to the heritage of the stunning Victorian building, Alumasc manufactured bespoke Holderbats which were colour and design matched to existing products.
Phil Parker, Head Surveyor at Furber Roofing, said:
It was crucial that Alumasc was able to supply the guttering and downpipes pre-painted on this very tight-deadline project. Had it not been for the time-savings made on site, the installation would not have been possible in such a short time. The result is a very well-presented clubhouse which looked great in time for the prestigious Open Championship.
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