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Aaron Emmett’s Rooftop Development in London

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The ability to add value to existing buildings by adding buildings to the airspace above the rooftops has been in existence for several years now. This means that rooftop development in London is significant, especially when there is no space for the development of a new homes in the city. Also, it makes sense when it is not possible to demolish the existing structures for the development of a new site due to the impossibility of relocating existing occupiers, development costs, or planning constraints.

Traditionally, the development of rooftops has been expensive, disruptive, and lengthy. This is because it is very difficult to get access to rooftop sites in the city, and working above the ground of an occupied building in the space for months or years is not easy. This can also make airspace development in UK impractical. However, many of these airspace development projects require substantial alterations to the structural design of the existing building to support the new floor developments. 

At Click we use Modern Methods of Construction for rooftop development to solve many of these issues. Aaron Emmett and his team will design their rooftop development projects offsite in their factory. After the design, they will take it to the site for construction (it will be taken to the site at about 95% completion). This will help to reduce carbon footprint of the development and the time it will take to do the construction works. It will also keep away the noisy and disruptive work from the site.

Although modular rooftop development projects are less disruptive, we have a lightweight construction means that will help reduce the load on the existing building. It is also very important where traditional construction methods may not be possible or where there would be the need for structural modifications to the existing structure or building.

Aaron Emmett’s Offsite Modular for Rooftops

Offsite modular construction is very important and attractive in the cities where airspace development is often challenging. Also, it is vital in places where the needs of the neighbours and existing occupants need to be considered. As many of these projects are built offsite of the modular rooftop system, there will be a reduction in the disruption caused to the local community and the existing tenants. Modular airspace development in London can speed up project delivery, reduce project costs, and unlock sites where it is impossible to have rooftop development projects.

Aaron Emmett now sees building offsite in a controlled environment (or in a new factory) as the future of the airspace development industry. It helps to speed up the construction times considerably, and it makes the supply of new homes easy and fast in London. This will help the US government fix the broken housing market as championed in the 2017 White Paper released by the government. Aaron Emmett will use light gauge steel to produce a lightweight yet strong system that will be suitable for the construction of different rooftop development projects in London, including commercial and residential developments. With this, we have control over the cost, quality, and delivery time.

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