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INTERIORS; LANDSCAPING & EXTERNAL WORKS


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Bringing back brass


Give steel windows or doors a brand new personality with a handle from Steel Window Association member Steel Window Fittings (SWF) in Antique Brass. Finishes on steel window fixtures and fittings can have as much of an impact on the visual aesthetics


of the home as the steel windows or doors themselves. With a range of products available, homeowners can really add to the stunning design of steel windows. The finish is available in most of Steel Window Fittings’ handle range, including curved and straight Classic, Duplex and Triplex options with matching accessories.


www.steel-window-association.co.uk Benif Interior Film on the menu at Carluccio’s


Italian restaurant chain Carluccio’s environmental policy includes refurbishing equipment rather than replacing it, if practicable. To refurbish the surfaces of their chill cabinets and storage units, Benif Interior Film from David Clouting was seen as the perfect solution. Benif, manufactured by


LG Hausys, is a self-adhesive, architectural film that can be quickly and easily applied to most interior surfaces. For this project specialist contractors Distinct Decorators used Benif solid graphite Interior Film to cover the surfaces, the work being carried out with minimal disruption to the business.


www.davidclouting.co.uk Luceco lights Manchester Central Car Park


Manchester Central Convention Complex is an award-winning venue in the heart of Manchester, an iconic city feature for over 130 years. The complex was originally Manchester Central Railway Station, one of the city's main railway terminals. With the capacity to handle large-scale conferences and exhibitions, good car parking and traffic management is of great importance. Luceco has recently supplied over 550 Climate luminaires to relight the parking facilities. With cost effectiveness in mind as well as striving to improve the complex’s carbon footprint, ageing T8 fluorescent fittings were removed and replaced with energy efficient 6ft twin output LED luminaires. Luceco was chosen above other lighting manufactures due to the performance of the Climate luminaire and the significant energy savings that could be achieved. Climate Extra is a robust LED IP65 rated luminaire offering an efficacy of 140 Llm/cW with increased performance for improved energy efficiency. Available with integral microwave sensors in on /off or 10 per cent corridor function or batten fit PIR sensors, Climate Extra is also available with DALI drivers and emergency back-up variants including Self-Test.


01952 238100 www.luceco.uk Osmo protects premium shepherd huts


When Norfolk-based hut builder, The English Shepherds Hut Co, was looking for a product that would enhance the exterior of their bespoke huts, they turned to Osmo UK to provide them with a hardwearing, weather


resistant, and aesthetically pleasing wood finish. Protection of exterior wood is of the upmost importance as the colour can fade after harmful UV rays damage the lining within the wood. With this in mind, The English Shepherds Hut Co applies Osmo UV-Protection- Oil Extra 420 to the huts. This finish delays the greying process by shielding the wood against harmful UV rays, algae and fungal decay.


www.osmouk.com Resiblock and Huddersfield Uni celebrate


Resiblock and Huddersfield University have recently celebrated the fifth anniversary of successful sealing works of Resiblock ‘22’. Back in the Spring of 2014 nearly 1,000m² of Clay Block Paving was installed at the University’s main


campus. With the university now able to handle 24,000 students per year, concerns were raised over the possibility of sand erosion caused by the trafficking of pedestrians. Resiblock beat off competition thanks to the simple yet durable one coat application of Resiblock ‘22’. In the five years since the first application, the clay block paving at remains strong and stable, with the sand joints fully intact.


mail@resiblock.com


Cembrit HD is in the Wings at Twickenham


Cembrit HD (heavy duty) board has recently been installed in the newly redeveloped East Stand at Twickenham, the home of England Rugby. Resilient, hard wearing and with an impressive fire rating, HD is an ideal multi-use board for high traffic areas in sports stadia such


as Twickenham, which on match days sees 82,000 fans descend on the stadium. Cembrit HD (Heavy Duty) is a Class A2-s2, d0 fire rated high density building board comprising cement, cellulose and mineral fillers. It is ideal for ‘sealing’ buildings under construction as it is impact resistant and can be left exposed without additional treatment.


sales@cembrit.co.uk Introducing Diesel Living


Inspired by the industrial and metropolitan world, CTD Architectural Tiles introduces the Diesel Living collection to its growing portfolio. Exploring a variety of materials, colours and unique finishes, Diesel Living combines the iconic urban aesthetic associated with the infamous brand with


trend-led designs to deliver truly eye-catching tile solutions for contemporary spaces. CTD Architectural Tiles specialises in the supply of high quality ceramic tile finishes and tiling solutions across all sectors in the UK commercial specification market.


0800 021 4835 www.ctdarchitecturaltiles.co.uk


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