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WINNERS OF HOUSEBUILDER ‘BEST PRODUCT’ AND ‘BEST REGENERATION’ AWARDS USED JAMES JONES JJI-JOISTS

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James Jones & Sons, Timber Systems Division, is proud to reveal that winners of two categories in the Housebuilder Awards 2012 used James Jones engineered timber products.

The joint winner in the ‘Best Product’ Category, the RoofSpace I-Roof™, incorporates JJI-Joists and BJ Beam glulam in the roof scheme; and  the winner of the ‘Best Regeneration Project’ Category, Linden, for Kingston Mills in Wiltshire, used JJI-Joists in new floor schemes incorporating under floor heating and MVHR systems.

The RoofSpace I-Roof™ provides a fully engineered EWP panelised roof solution that is cost effective for the housebuilder, delivering high levels of thermal performance with quality manufacture, speed of erection and reduced health and safety risk.

Hailed as a great success when incorporating large holes and MVHR systems within the floor zone, the JJI-Joist has proved itself again and again with architects and ventilation engineers, providing cost effective solutions for services, with on-site adaptability to accommodate changes during the build process.

Business Development Manager for James Jones Timber Systems, Mark Tilston said: “We offer warm congratulations to Roofspace, to manufacturers National Hickman and to Linden.  They are all worthy winners of these prestigious Housebuilder Awards and we are extremely proud that JJI-Joists were part of these highly successful projects.”

James Jones has also recently launched two major developments in its JJI-Joist portfolio: a preservative treated JJI suitable for NHBC hazard class applications; and deeper, slimmer JJIs developed for use in highly insulated roof and wall systems.

A datasheet for the preservative treatment can be found on the Timber Systems Website, www.jji-joists.co.uk

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