Duxford Imperial War Museum case study

Over the years we have worked upon many projects involving various different products and methods of construction. Few projects have been as prestigious as the works undertaken at the Duxford Imperial War Museum where a new section of the museum was planned within a large hangar.
The project involved the erection of a double skinned standing seam system. Aluminium sheeting lent a curved appearance to the hangar walls and roof. Sheeting for this type of roofing and cladding can be rolled from a coil on site to specified lengths which are then fitted to halters using a crimping system that means there is no requirement for traditional fixings that also removes the possibility of leaks from fixing points.