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Celebrating the great, the good and the simply outstanding

high profile names, all competing to be crowned as industry leaders of the offsite manufacturing and construction sector. Steel framing innovators EOS, are celebrating success at the Offsite Awards and have announced that they have reached the finals in no less than five categories this year including: • Best Use of Steel Technology – The Ram Quarter


his year the Offsite Awards has seen fierce competition with over 200 entries across 22 categories from

• Housing Project of the Year – The Ram Quarter

• Leisure Project of the Year – The Travelodge, Middlesex Street, London

• Education Project of the Year – Sarah Swift Building, University of Lincoln

• Healthcare Project of the Year – Sarah Swift Building, University of Lincoln

Steve Thompson, Managing Director of

EOS said of the awards success: “We are really chuffed – it’s fantastic to be nominated in five categories of these prestigious awards – especially taking into consideration the calibre of the competition and variety of projects. This is testament to a progressive approach, the dedication of the EOS team and the partnerships we have formed with some of the most forward-thinking companies in the construction industry.”

Bespoke Steel Framing Systems With over 14 years’ expertise across all

construction sectors – EOS specialise in the design, manufacture and supply of a wide range of bespoke steel framing systems for the offsite residential markets.

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A Modern Finish from Flowcrete UK for Menai Science Park

Anglesey’s new Menai Science Park required an iconic and modern flooring solution and consulted Flowcrete UK to help. Menai Science Park, or M-SParc as it’s known, is a facility where collaborations are encouraged and ignited by chance encounters in the shared spaces, and the client was eager for this energy to be reflected in the building’s interior. M-SParc delivers space, support services and outstanding facilities to businesses of all sizes. To achieve the aesthetic, two different materials were used to provide the ideal amount of contrast for the design to pop. Peran Comfort from Flowcrete UK was chosen in Light Grey and Signal White for the stairs, landing and foyer areas of the Open Innovation Space. The noise reduction and durability properties of this flooring system are ideally suited to these areas, where heavy footfall and the accompanying noise is expected. In contrast to the matt, self-smoothing polyurethane-based Peran Comfort floor coating, Flowcrete UK’s Rustik Natural Stone was utilised in the entrance way. Its noise reduction, slip resistance and durability properties make it ideal for use in entranceways where heavy footfall is expected on a regular basis.

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How artistic flooring is reflecting architecture

Flowcrete is contributing to the latest interior design trend by providing artistic flooring that reflects the architecture of the host building. With the rippling exterior design and unique glass-fronted PODs set into the construction, the Arte S buildings (pictured) surely stand out and provide a talking point all on their own. What makes these buildings even more impressive is the designer’s choice to continue the ripple aesthetic within the interior as well. With the aim of replacing reality with fantasy, curves and ripples can be seen everywhere in the lobby from the rounded chairs and stools to the demarcation used in the flooring. As well as looking visually attractive, the line markings, created using Deckshield UV Linemarker from Flowcrete also work to separate the light and dark grey hues. For the flooring, 382m2

of Flowtex PT, a heavy duty, epoxy screed

with high impact resistance was used, coated with the self-smoothing epoxy resin Flowshield SL 1000 in Steel Grey and striking pink hues. As well as being aesthetically pleasing and complementing the lobby furniture beautifully, this floor finish is suitable for areas of high footfall, trolley and rubber wheeled traffic.

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