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64 PROJECT REPORT: RETAIL DEVELOPMENTS; APPOINTMENTS & COMPANY NEWS


Altro ensemble hits perfect note


Altro Ensemble luxury vinyl tiles have been used in Fidelity Acker & Buck’s flagship Hamburg store. Fidelity took several months to design and implement the studios, which included testing Altro Ensemble at the studio. This showed its 15dB sound reduction meets the requirement for a noise-reducing environment. The high-quality flooring was also


selected as it is extremely hard-wearing and durable, while being easy to clean. Altro Ensemble modular flooring system is the next generation of luxury vinyl tiles that combines design possibilities for creating stunning effects, superior function and durability, and ease of installation.


01462 489 516 www.altro.co.uk


Finance specialist joins Cistermiser


Giles Townsend has joined Cistermiser and Keraflo, the washroom and water efficiency specialists, in the Board-level operational role of Finance Director. A Business Studies graduate and Chartered Management Accountant, Giles has specialised in financial management throughout


his successful career to date which has included 29 years of fast- moving commercial experience at leading retailer Toys ‘R’ Us, where he was formerly Financial Controller. At Cistermiser and Keraflo, Giles will hold management responsibility for all aspects of finance, as well as HR and business administration for both companies.


0118 969 1611 www.cistermiser.co.uk Advanced Panels recognised with FM Approvals Diamond Mark


Axis EN and MxPro 5 fire panels from Advanced have been certified by FM Approvals to the EN 54 standard. The FM APPROVED diamond is one of the most prestigious certification marks in the world. It is issued by FM Approvals, a member of the FM Global Group, for products that adhere to the highest property conservation standards in quality, technical integrity and performance. The MxPro 5 multi-protocol panel and Axis EN systems panel are certified to EN54 Parts two, four & 13 and come in one-to-eight-loop variants as standard, with further custom build options available. Both product ranges are easily configured into high speed, 200-panel networks, covering huge areas with tens of thousands of field devices. They include high performance features such as Advanced’s complete false alarm reduction software, AlarmCalm, and TouchControl, Advanced’s control and touchscreen repeaters that feature Active Maps and zone plans. Advanced are specified from the smallest to the largest buildings globally including in some of the most prestigious developments such as The Shard in London, Abu Dhabi’s International Airport and Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia.


01670 707111 uk.advancedco.com


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