Structherm take the issue of sustainability very seriously.

Sustainability is central to our work and can be defined as ‘ensuring development meets the needs of the present, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs’.

Sustainable development means:

  • Reduction of emissions
  • More efficient use of resources
  • Better re-use of waste
  • Increased consideration for people’s health & safety

Sustainable construction or ‘build to last’ means we need to create buildings which shape communities in a way which sustains the environment, generates long-term wealth and enhances the quality of life.

Our interactive environmental committee is constantly working towards improving energy efficiencies in order to reduce our carbon footprint.

For further information please view our Sustainability Policy and Sustainability Targets


Structherm’s EWI systems are very cost effective methods of re-using or retaining existing components and extending the life of a structure, as well as enabling remedial work in nearly all situations to be carried out whilst people remain in the building.

A typical Structherm refurbishment including new cladding and windows can be demonstrated to reduce fabric heat losses by up to 75%, with ensuing reductions in heating costs and carbon dioxide emissions.

Find out more about Structherm's Refurbishment Systems


Featured Project

Woolaways Low Rise Refurbishment

As part of their ongoing planned maintenance programme Rhondda Cynon Taff Homes (RCT) needed to externally refurbish over 70 non-traditional “Woolaway” precast reinforced concrete properties. Having used Structherm systems on other non-traditional housing stock RCT once again used Structherm.


John McPake – Technical Sales Manager - Scotland

Leading construction specialists Structherm have employed a new Technical Sales Manager for Scotland, who will be travelling across the country to meet new customers.