ARP has supplied their rainwater pipes and hoppers for a prestigious residential development located on the River Avon in Bath. Bath’s iconic architecture with its unique Bath stone is famous throughout the UK and the world as an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Located in the centre of Bath, this development offers a range of options from studio apartments through to four bedroom homes. ARP advised Crest Nicholson and worked with Cook and Harris to specify the downpipes and hoppers for this development. In consultation with the client and contractor, ARP were tasked with visiting site and providing samples. Upon inspection of the samples, ARP were awarded the contract to supply the rainwater pipes and hoppers due to the high quality of the material.
ARP’s Colonnade Aluminium Square and Rectangular Cast Collared Rainwater Pipes and Colonnade Hoppers, were ideal for the job as they are strong and lightweight, but also suited the aesthetics of this build. Using aluminium in a new development ensures that it will stand the test of time. Aluminium is non-corrosive, but fully recyclable, ensuring durability and longevity on this project.
John Mathison, Contracts Manager of Cook & Harris said: "ARP provided a great service, both on and off site – the site visits were invaluable, especially with the bespoke items required. I am very happy with the end result and will certainly be using ARP on my next project".