Partners & links

Tarmac and Lovell would like to thank everyone involved with the Tarmac Homes Project.

Lovell is the UK’s leading provider of affordable housing. Lovell is wholly committed to high quality environmental design and sustainability on all our construction projects and has extensive experience of successfully developing homes which are sustainable and energy efficient.  The environment and sustainable construction are key considerations for our business and targets for reducing construction waste through a range of means including the use of off-site manufactured products, materials which are naturally renewable as well as segregating waste on site for recycling and minimising risk to the environment, and reducing CO2 emissions are incorporated into each project.
See more information on the Lovell website (new window).


Tarmac logoTarmac Limited is the UK’s leading supplier of heavy building materials, and is market leader for aggregates, mortar, concrete blocks and asphalt and number two in ready-mixed concrete. Its National Contracting division is also the largest contracting company in the UK. Tarmac’s strong heritage, unrivalled expertise and nationwide presence enable it to provide a wide range of products for a variety of industries and the firm is also focused on the development of innovative and sustainable solutions.
See more information on the Tarmac website (new window).

See details on all our Project Partners:


University of Nottingham, School of the Built Environment
The Architect - Zedfactory
Engineering Consultancy - BSP Consulting
CfSH Assessors - MP Building Assessors
Other partners
Suppliers

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During its lifetime Precast concrete will effectively re-absorb much of the carbon dioxide that was used to create it in the first place. Precast units, aggregate blocks and aircrete will ultimately re-absorb the CO2 used to create them.  See more on Tarmac Topfloor for information on staircases used in the house build.