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Build a Legacy


Liverpool NHS


Uginox roofi ng and façades can deliver visually stunning buildings with lasting appeal. There is no other fascia metal that combines an indefi nite robustness and great fi rst impression.


Uginox has been used in UK construction for over 30 years and its technical performance is well documented.


Building Design Practice architects in Manchester wanted their HQ building to have sustainable qualities that could also shrug off the pollution from city life; they wanted a lasting statement in design. Uginox is extremely resistant to rust, water staining and all the other pollutants that are present in our air and rain. 10 years on and this BREEAM A+ rated evergreen centre of excellence is still looking as good as ever.


Simple facts of Uginox • Flexible in design and application; perfect for curving • Resistance to fi re; 1375o


C melting temperature and critically does not propagate fi re or produce fl aming droplets. (Aluminium cannot match this)


• Superior mechanical properties; diffi cult to deform or dent • Extremely long life cycle • Robust warranties


For project case studies and to learn more about Stainless Steel – please go to our website


Ask about our BCP program


www.uginox.co.uk sales@uginox.co.uk 01992 801927 Unit B, Bingley Rd, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire, EN11 0NX


BDP Manchester Acitel


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