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42 PROJECT REPORT: HEALTHCARE BUILDINGS; HEATING & RENEWABLE ENERGY SHOWCASE


Altro brings all things bright and beautiful


The brightest and boldest Altro floor and wall products have been used to refurbish Haven House Children’s Hospice, in Woodford Green, Essex, with rainbow staircases and cleverly colour zoned areas making the facility strikingly beautiful inside and out. The Haven House rainbow staircase has been created from different colours of Altro SupremaTM WalkwayTM


and Altro 20 safety flooring. Haven House Family


and Community Support Manager Judi Porter says: “Walking through the corridors at Altro’s HQ we were struck by how the floors and walls flow together beautifully, and we wanted to achieve that effect.”


01462 489 516 www.altro.co.uk Polyflor launches Verona Pure Colours


Polyflor is delighted to announce the launch of the Polysafe Verona Pure Colours collection. Building on the success of the Original Polysafe Verona colour palette the Pure Colours collection features a new and contemporary decoration in a selection of 18 tonal hues, perfectly suited for installation within a wide range of commercial


and residential environments to ensure the underfoot safety of occupants. Polysafe Verona PUR contains recycled content through the use of natural recycled aggregates and is 100 per cent recyclable via the Recofloor scheme.


0161 767 1111 www.polyflor.com


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ADF NOVEMBER 2018


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