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BUILDING FOR EDUCATION PROJECT REPORT


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distinctly different finishes to meet individual project specifications. In addition, the Winchester casings are used both on the building’s exterior, as well as its interior. Alongside ‘Forma’, Encasement’s ‘Circa’


and ‘Quadra’ pre-formed plywood column casings ranges were the first to be introduced by the company and are still arguably the most popular, as they provide specifiers and contractors with an unrivalled selection of finishes, which includes plain, laminated or real wood veneers. While ‘Circa’ is available from Encasement


as a plain casings for on site painting and decoration, by far the most popular casings are those finished with decorative laminates, which not only resist damage, scuffs and scratches, but also provides the specifier with a diverse palette of finishes including plain colours, wood grain and metallic, as well as textured and real wood veneers, to name but a few.


Winchester College Designed solely for interior applications,


‘Circa’ and ‘Quadra’ are used in almost every building type from education, retail, hotel, sports and leisure to health sector and com- mercial office buildings. As a result, the choice of sizes available is also wide, allowing specifiers to choose not only circular and square, but also extended circles and rectangular profiles, which use additional infill panels to give greater flexibility while ensuring they are still easy to install. Recent Quadra projects include Farnborough’s 6th Form Centre and the Dame Kelly Holmes Sports Centre, while among the many ‘Circa’ installations, Gatwick Airport’s South Terminal, Liverpool University and Gateshead International Stadium are major installations. Alongside the company’s column casings,


Dame Kelly Holmes Centre Both ‘Circa’ and ‘Quadra’ are manufac-


tured from FSC® certified plywood and Encasement is the UK’s only supplier and manufacturer of pre-formed plywood pipe boxing and decorative casing products that holds an FSC® ‘Chain of Custody Certification’ from the Forest Stewardship Council. This makes the products compliant with sustainability codes and environmental procurement policies.


its ‘Vecta’ system provides a high quality solution for interior wall linings, bulkheads and reveals. Launched just a few years ago, the system has been widely used in retail, education and commercial buildings, such as Tesco, South Bank University and Prêt a Manger, as well as prestigious office developments, including Wellington House and the Carmine building in Paddington, London. Encasement’s Managing Director, Martin


Taylor, commented: “Column casings provide a perfect mix of practicality and


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aesthetics and we’ve taken a lot of care to ensure our range meets both of these key criteria while also ensuring that we always remain competitive and deliver high quality products. Our entire range has been config- ured to provide the widest possible choice as well as being easy to specify.” He added: “The Vecta interior cladding


system enhances our building interiors offer and allows specifiers to source a range of specialised interior finish products from a single company with high levels of expertise and experience in this sector. We also have our own contracting arm, which enables us to offer a full supply and install service to support contractors.” Encasement’s latest ‘column casing solu-


tions’ e-brochure is available for download from the company’s website and covers every product in the range as well as providing details on materials, sizes and finishes avail- able alongside an extensive technical infor- mation section.


01733 266889 www.encasement.co.uk


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