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APPOINTMENTS & NEWS; GROUNDWORKS


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Signbox delivers stunning directory


Signbox has supplied a bespoke tenant directory sign for the reception area at 12 Arthur Street, near London Bridge. The project formed a key part of the extensive reception and lift lobby refurbishment in this prestigious office building. The sign components were finished with a tarnished brass metal effect, a revolu- tionary process that applies a veneer of a metal coating to the surface and gives the look and feel of solid


metal. This Metall-FX manufacturing process involves artisan hand- finishing, polishing and painting multiple layers to achieve the appear- ance of aged brass, matching other architectural details in the build.


01784 438 688 www.signbox.co.uk


Charcon Strengthens Specification


Charcon, the commercial hard landscaping division of Aggregate Industries, has strengthened its service offering with three new appointments across its specification and sales teams. Andy Johnston joins Charcon as its


new Specification Manager. Reporting to the National Specification Manager, Clinton Young. Charcon has also bolstered its sales team by recruiting two Territory Sales Managers. Luke Walker will be covering the Northern regions. And Michael Drew will be responsible for the South Central region.


01335 372 222 www.charcon.com


ADF IS INDEPENDENTLY VERIFIED BY ABC


Please call 01746 781782 or visit www.webuildit-ltd.co.uk or www.bio-pure.com


ADF SEPTEMBER 2017


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