Driftwood Restaurant, Loch Ryan, Scotland
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Standing on the shores of the gleaming Loch Ryan, the Driftwood Restaurant is a popular venue for tourists exploring the beautiful area of Dumfries and Galloway. Nestling by the water’s edge, just minutes from the Stranraer ferry terminal that connects Scotland with Northern Ireland, the Driftwood has recently been extended and refurbished to meet the expanding “staycation” business that is boosting Scottish tourism.
Dumfries and Galloway Council are the property landlords of Driftwood who carried out a business assessment that established the need to expand the property to meet the required capacity and the commercial viability of the restaurant in servicing the local and visiting community. The design and build project was handled by DG First, the Council’s in-house construction and maintenance division, and plans were drawn up by Alan Hewitt of the Property and Architectural Services department. The design almost doubled the size of the structure using timber frame with a blockwork skin which has been finished with weberpral M
Factory produced to ensure product consistency weberpral M is a cementitious, through-coloured render suitable for one-coat application to appropriate brick or block work substrates. Produced from carefully selected raw materials, weberpral M
Weber recommended applicator J & J Runcie Plasterers Limited, Stranraer, carried out the render to the new structure. “The architect specified weberpral M from the experience gained on many housing refurbishment and new build projects in the region. As an applicator, we always choose Weber products for their quality and ease of application,” reports James Runcie. “The Chalk colour selected really sets the Driftwood Restaurant off to its best in this parkland setting. We machine applied the render as weberpral M is perfectly formulated for this fast and accurate application method. We are very pleased with the finished result.”
Recent changes to the formulation of weberpral M have been designed to be fit for combat in the war against unsightly algae. Saint-Gobain Weber has worked closely with French microbiologists to understand the effect of the composition of the render and the effect that external factors have to play, such as surface condensation, temperature and rain fall. By changing the product formula as classified in EN998-1 weberpral M effectively repels water from the surface helping to ensure that Britain’s homes and buildings remain looking better for longer.
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