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40 APPOINTMENTS & NEWS


Stylish casing solutions from Encasement T


he extensive refurbishment and upgrading of Wolverhampton’s Mander Centre shopping mall has


included both Vecta wall lining systems and ‘Forma’ column casing solutions from Encasement as part of the £35 million project. A key part of the plans was to improve the


shopper experience at the Mander centre by creating a double height full length glass atrium, which incorporates both ground floor and gallery shopping areas linked by a footbridge with escalator access. The comprehensive revamp has also


attracted a number of major retailers to the centre with H&M being one of the first to move into the new complex, while Debenhams is one of the latest with its 90,000 sq.ft department store. To help create the high quality finish demanded by the centre’s owners, Encasement’s Vecta interior wall lining system was used to clad the atrium and mall footbridge, as well as the gallery ring beam bulkhead. All of the panels were manufactured and


installed by Encasement and are finished in white to integrate with the interior design scheme which helps create the bright, open space for retailers and shoppers. In addition to the Vecta system, Encasement also manufactured, supplied and installed 34 Forma bespoke column casings, which use an elliptical contour design and are located around the perimeter of the ground floor and gallery shopping area to conceal structural steelwork.


Each column casings stands 3000mm high,


but the profile dimensions vary depending on the size of the structural steelwork that needs to be concealed. All casings are manufactured using Alucobond®


aluminium composite to


provide a durable and tough surface for high traffic areas and is finished in silver grey to integrate with the colour scheme.


01733 266 889 www.encasement.co.uk


Influential tiling systems manufacturer celebrates 25 years in the UK


This September represents a milestone anniversary for Leicestershire-based manufacturer Schlüter-Systems Ltd, which provides premium solutions to protect and finish tile and natural stone. Parent company of the business, Schlüter-Systems KG, was established in Germany in 1966 by master tiler, Werner Schlüter. Schlüter-Systems Ltd was officially incorporated in September 1993 and commenced trading shortly after. Over the past quarter of a century, Schlüter-Systems Ltd has had a considerable influence on British installation processes for tile and stone. Upon formation of The Tile Association (TTA) in 2000, Schlüter representatives were appointed to the committees. In joining these and a number of other committees and working groups in the years since, Schlüter-Systems Ltd has established itself as a key contributor to the formation of British Standards with relation to the industry. A trail of innovations characterises Schlüter-Systems Ltd and its parent company. The business carries a number of highly acclaimed products. Joachim Backes, managing director of Schlüter-Systems Ltd said: “I am delighted to be at the helm as we celebrate our silver anniversary.”


01530 813396 www.schluter.co.uk Freefoam de-mystify the process behind the products


TV Shows and online videos about how everyday objects are made are incredibly popular and can be a powerful marketing tool for many manufacturing companies – with Lego clocking up over 6.5 million views on YouTube! Freefoam Building Products are pleased to announce the launch of another new video featuring all aspects of the production process of its fascia, soffit and guttering products. The video explains each stage, right from the arrival of the raw materials on site, through the extrusion of PVC in the production process to storage and distribution of the finished product. Freefoam have made considerable investment in the UK facilities over the past 19 years – even changing the skyline of Northampton with their 21 metre high ‘Mixing Plant’. The production facility operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week employing 92 people on site. The video also helps to illustrate the scale of this manufacturing operation and Warehousing facilities. Geoff Barnett, Technical Operations Manager said: “We’re proud of what we make and of our site and this video gives us the opportunity to showcase the facilities we operate and the products we produce.”


01604 591110 www.youtube.com/channel/UChtEpiVP9ux0YAsgl0UqdnQ/featured


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