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 UCT has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for United Caribbean Trust Goshen Conference Resorts Barbados  UCT has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for United Caribbean Trust Goshen Conference Resorts Barbados  UCT has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for United Caribbean Trust Goshen Conference Resorts Barbados UCT has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for United Caribbean Trust Goshen Conference Resorts Barbados UCT has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for United Caribbean Trust Goshen Conference Resorts Barbados UCT has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for United Caribbean Trust Goshen Conference Resorts Barbados UCT has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for United Caribbean Trust Goshen Conference Resorts Barbados UCT has identified EMMEDUE as the building option for United Caribbean Trust Goshen Conference Resorts Barbados

UCT has been identifying various building systems and is looking at EMMEDUE® as one of our options.

Below is information sourced from their website

The EMMEDUE® panel can be easily hand transported by one/two operators, even in the assembled way and when the dimensions exceed 4 m².

Afterwards, during the assembling phase, it can be worked and manually positioned just by one operator without the use of lifting equipment.

This facilitates and speeds up the installation of the panels in any situation. These operations do not demand any specialized labourers.

Plaster application


Once the panels have been joined one another, the plumbing system has been completed, the concrete casting, in the case of double panels, has been done and once the pipes have been arranged, the plaster can be applied directly onto the panel.
Here again, if compared to other systems, the advantages of the EMMEDUE® system are evident.

The galvanizing of the support mesh does not prevent the use of different types of plaster. Moreover, the plaster, if applied on joined walls and if reinforced with metal meshes, will turn out to be monolithic, excluding any possible phenomenon of flaw due to mechanical and/or thermal strains.
 
 

What is more, since there are no patches of the system chases – that are, instead, always visible in the traditional systems – the plaster will turn out to be homogeneous and improved as for quality and even from an aesthetic point of view.

The modularity of the Emmedue® system allows an absolute flexibility of design and a high level of integration with other construction systems.
The simplicity of assembly, the extreme lightness and the ease of handling of the panels

Blast resistance:

EMMEDUE® has evaluated for blast resistance some panels of different combinations of high strength cement together with different styles of M2 steel reinforced EPS building panels. The panels were tested against a commercial high explosive in a test chamber optimized to produce a uniform blast wave at the face of the panels.

EMMEDUE® panels have successfully overcome the various tests.

Convenience:

The EMMEDUE® panels represent a real advantage both for the final users and the firms since they permit to obtain better performances than the traditional products and at more reduced costs.

Rapid installation:

Several experiences carried out in various conditions, in many countries of the world and using different labourers, have shown a remarkable shortening of the time of realization as for the constructions carried out with the EMMEDUE® system if compared to those carried out with the traditional systems, thanks to the use of an industrial product which optimizes the assembling sequences and reduces the operations of the construction site personnel to a minimum.

Lightness:

The EMMEDUE® panels are lightweight and sufficiently rigid at the same time, even before their finishing with spritz-beton, (sprayed concrete) so that they turn out to be extremely manageable and easy to handle and to assemble even in the most uncomfortable operating conditions.

Versatility:

The EMMEDUE® building system favours absolute design flexibility, since it is equipped with a full range of building elements: load-bearing walls, curtain walls, floors and stairs.
Furthermore any kind of geometrical form, either plane or curve, is easily obtainable just by simply cutting the elements at the site.

Compatibility:

EMMEDUE® is a versatile construction system which is completely compatible with all other existing construction systems; in fact,

EMMEDUE® products are suitable for completing reinforced concrete or steel structures. In addition, EMMEDUE® products can be easily associated with other construction elements, such as wooden roofs and pre-stressed, brick or slab floors, and can even be utilised with plasterboard walls. EMMEDUE® products can also be used in conjunction with any type of finish available on the market and can be adapted to all types of doors and windows.

EMMEDUE® structures do not limit designers to choosing certain products for completing their buildings.
Wide choice of finishing:

As for their finishing, the walls realized with the EMMEDUE® panels can be completed both with the application of a thickness covering directly on the raw plaster and, as an alternative or a traditional paint on the smoothened plaster. Finishing of any type are possible without any limitation.

Cyclone resistance:

Buildings realized with the EMMEDUE® system in areas with high risk of cyclones have proved, throughout the years, their capacity to withstand the passing of the most destroying cyclones, thus confirming the high resistance of the EMMEDUE® buildings to the complex strains and thrusts of the force generated by cyclones.

Environmental impact:

Buildings consume large amounts of energy and the greatest wastes arise from heating and cooling them. Energy saving is the answer to reduce rising energy costs and CO2 emissions.

CO2 emission reduction
Up to 40%* in the realisation of the building.
Up to 65%* during its use.

FIXTURES AND FITTINGS:

All our floorings comply with LEED, which is the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) rating system that stands for “The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design” (LEED).

This system encourages and accelerates global adoption of sustainable green building and development practices through the creation and implementation of universally understood and accepted tools and performance criteria.

All our floorings comply with LEED, which is the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) rating system that stands for “The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design” (LEED).

This ‘Glory Share’ Development will use Photovoltaics that can now be integrated into the roofing panel (BIPV) They come with a complete, standardized solar roof system that includes all schematics and specifications for all electrical components with a 25 Year Limited Power Output Warranty.

This ‘Glory Share’ Development will use Photovoltaics that can now be integrated into the roofing panel (BIPV) They come with a complete, standardized solar roof system that includes all schematics and specifications for all electrical components with a 25 Year Limited Power Output Warranty.

These thin-film solar laminates are fused to the surface of the roofing panel substrate. The panel/laminate bond that’s created has been tested and proven to withstand wind forces of 160 mph.

The World Bank reports that 80 countries now have water shortages that threaten health and economies while 40 percent of the world — more than 2 billion people — have no access to clean water or sanitation.

More frequently water is being likened to another resource that quickened global tensions when its supplies were threatened. A story in The Financial Times of London began: "Water, like energy in the late 1970s, will probably become the most critical natural resource issue facing most parts of the world by the start of the next century." This analogy is also reflected in the oft-repeated observation that water will likely replace oil as a future cause of war between nations.

Information sourced from http://ag.arizona.edu

This first ever totally Eco Friendly Resort will use a grey water recycling system that treats and recycles waste water captured from the bathroom sink to flush the toilet.


The System captures, filters, and reuses shower, tub, bathroom sink, laundry, and other sources of good water (greywater), 50% of all water used inside a residence. From an average 3.2-person home, this annual flow is 46,000 gallons of water, year after year. Large families, apartments, dorms, all produce even more water!

The System captures, filters, and reuses shower, tub, bathroom sink, laundry, and other sources of good water (greywater), 50% of all water used inside a residence.

That grey water is then used in The System's underground drip system. It is at least 30% and up to 60% more efficient than sprinklers.

We will be practicing rainwater harvesting. Rain Water Storage Tanks are an economical and environmentally friendly solution for rain water collection. The Collapsible Rain Water Tank can be stored in out of site areas such as crawl spaces, under porch or deck areas, or utility sheds. This helps to provide you with the rainwater storage you require, without taking up unnecessary floor space.

Rainwater collection tanks have often been connected to sprinkler systems, water utilities, and even fire suppression systems.

Instead of having to dig hundreds of septic tanks and wells we are researching a revolution in the composting toilet industry that shatters any misconceptions about what composting toilet system can be by bringing both function & style to the bathroom. This system is environment-friendly, and recycles waste into compost.

All decking will be of Composite Bamboo which is made of 100% recycled materials - 30% bamboo fibers and 70% plastic.
The bamboo composite is denser and stronger than other wood composites on the market. This means that it will last longer and require less maintenance. It is extremely durable and scratch resistant.

All decking will be of Composite Bamboo which is made of 100% recycled materials - 30% bamboo fibers and 70% plastic.

All decking will be of Composite Bamboo which is made of 100% recycled materials - 30% bamboo fibers and 70% plastic.

Bamboo flooring will be utilized in our Eco Friendly Development it is one of the hardest natural materials available for flooring and is an excellent alternative to hard wood flooring. Bamboo has a higher fibre rating than any hard wood, which gives it exceptional hard wearing qualities.

Twice the density and strength of almost any other flooring in the world, this remarkable achievement in engineering design and aesthetic beauty stands alone in the world of flooring.

Bamboo flooring will be utilized in our Eco Friendly Development it is one of the hardest natural materials available for flooring and is an excellent alternative to hard wood flooring.

This Glory Share Resort will be a unique development not only because of its Eco Friendly Construction but because of the untapped niche market that it will be marketed to.


Sustaining the Humanitarian arm of the business – The WISH Centre

United Caribbean Trust is aware in these economic times that purchasing and maintaining such a massive humanitarian project is unrealistic dependent on donations only but we believe that this excellent development project will address a niche market that has not been taped in Barbados or throughout the Caribbean.

Our ability to purchase this property and establish The WISH Centre hinges on this development as the funds required to purchase and sustain The WISH Centre will be generated through the development.

 
 
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