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APPOINTMENTS & NEWS


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Coventry’s Central Six Retail Park covers up with Encasement


shoppers at Coventry’s Central Six Retail Park by concealing structural support 00columns for a walkway canopy that runs the full length of the shopping area. Central Six is a small out of town centre,


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which combines fashion retail, homeware and designer clothing stores with specialist shops, such as Hobbycraft and American Golf, as well as a fast food restaurant in 14 retail units. As part of a recent refurbishment and facilities upgrade programme, Encasement supplied and installed 72 square column casings from its ‘Forma’ metal casing range, which were used to conceal the existing circular structural steelwork and provide a more contemporary look to the


espoke ‘Forma’ metal casings from Encasement are helping provide an aesthetic and practical environment for


retail centre.


Manufactured from durable 3mm thick aluminium and measuring 235mm square, each casing stands 3350mm high and is finished with an RAC 7022 Umber Grey PPC coating to not only complement the retail park’s colour scheme, but also provide additional resistance to weathering and accidental scuffing. Encasement’s Managing Director, Martin


Taylor, commented: “Our Forma aluminium casings are widely used in the retail sector in both interior and exterior applications as they provide immense design versatility and colour options, as well as being durable and resistant to weathering when used in projects such as Central Six.”


01733 266 889 www.encasement.co.uk National Tile Week celebrates tiles


Now in its third successful year, National Tile Week is back and set to make an impact in 2018. Sponsored by British Ceramic Tile, the week- long campaign will celebrate tiles in all their glory and demonstrate how versatile they can be for many projects large or small. National Tile Week 2018 is fronted by interiors guru, Julia Kendell, best known for her work on DIY SOS


and 60 Minute Makeover. For the second year running, Julia is back to help give tiles the credit they deserve and put them firmly on the map when it comes to interiors.


0207 490 0338 www.britishceramictile.com Schöck appoints Robert Oakes


Robert Oakes is the new Technical Manager at the Schöck UK Head Office in Bicester. Robert comments: “Our focus is always on providing architects and engineers with the optimum solution for any project, combined with the best possible technical support”. Robert, a Civil Engineer, has been with the company since 2014, most recently as a project engineer. He hands


over this former role to Diana Vega, a newcomer to the company. Diana, also a Civil Engineer, has a great deal of experience in the construction industry having worked previously for Sika and Hilti.


01865 290 890 www.schoeck.co.uk 


              


                   


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             


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