Here is a summary of the services that ICS currently provide. Click on the service heaing text to read more about each service.
This type of roof covering has fast become one of the most popular for low pitched and sometimes steeper constructions.
Composite roofing and cladding systems offer a comprehensive envelope at good value with a well developed range of profiles, colours and finishes.
Two layers of metal profiled sheets with a cavity for insulation. This system might now be termed as “classic” factory roofing.
Membrane Metal is the most adaptable roof covering and can be fixed directly to concrete or timber decks or to long span decking or tray systems.
ICS design, supply and install deep structural decks suitable for supporting most roof constructions across large spans.
Metal side claddings are a generic design whereby a steel liner panel is fixed to a steel frame with a cavity former, insulant and steel top sheet with coloured finish.
Rainscreens provide a ventilated façade designed to protect the external building fabric against the weather.
We can supply and fix Sun shading products from specified manufactures and source louvres suitable for driven or fresh air applications.
ICS are able to calculate, design, supply and install rainwater manifold systems to overcome specific project requirements
This is a high build polyurethane coating which is ideal for awkward areas around plant and small balconies where traditional sheet form materials cannot be formed into tight spaces.
Daylight is a natural resource and is completely free. Natural light improves the working environment and is vital for good health and well being.
Increasingly high demands are being made on buildings to be energy efficient.
Current Featured Project
Project: London Cross Rail
Project Description: Industrial Construction (Sussex) Limited recently completed a very successful project for Vinci working on the Victoria Docks Portal section of the London Cross Rail project. Our work involved fixing MBK terracotta baguettes in wave pattern using seven different colours onto trespa panel.
One of the significant challenges of this project was working from track mounted MEWPs, utilising allocated track hours and working very close to the DLR train line.
All materials for this project were from ISO approved suppliers.