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BUILDINGS, MAINTENANCE & REFURBISHMENT


Way-finding just got easy with Duera 5mm Vinyl!


JUNCKERS Creates Bespoke Parquet to Replicate Original Gallery Floor


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odern flooring means a myriad of choice and finishes are now available with some


beautiful results. However without an encyclopedic knowledge of installation methods it can be difficult to accommodate multi-flooring types into one design. With the new Paragon Carpets Duera luxury Vinyl Flooring the 5mm thickness allows the product to be installed alongside over 300 Paragon Carpet tile ranges, with no additional sub floor preparation. Create amazing way-finding flooring schemes with no seams or inlay strips.


uFor more information about Duera 5mm visit www.paragon-carpets.co.uk


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unckers solid oak Herringbone flooring has been installed at the National Gallery of Ireland as part of extensive refurbishment works. Architects


Henegan Peng’s brief to provide a more accessible route through the collections has resulted in an elegant and historically sensitive upgrade for the Gallery where the flooring played a major part. The new solid wood parquet floor in the Milltown Wing replaced an


original timber floor and in the Dargan Wing, Junckers created a bespoke wood block to replicate the pattern of the original tiled floor. The flooring contractor was DJ Kelly & Co.


u01376 534 700 uwww.junckers.co.uk uenquiries@junckers.co.uk


ALTROwalls system helps open up a stimulating new sensory world for children


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hydrotherapy pool for children and young people with significant physical and learning difficulties has been transformed using specialist


products from Altro, opening up a stimulating new world of sensory fun and excitement with no compromise on safety or hygiene. Vranch House is a centre for the treatment of over 2,000 outpatients


with physical difficulties, a provider of various therapies throughout Devon and an independent Day School in Exeter for children aged 2 to 12 with significant physical difficulties. Hydrotherapy has always been on the agenda at Vranch House, but this


vital treatment has recently been given a new lease of life with a completely refurbished state-of-the-art indoor heated swimming pool, including Altro Whiterock™ hygienic wall sheet.


Architect Carole Trim carried out the redesign of the new facility and, for


her, it was a challenge with love. “For pupils at Vranch House, the hydrotherapy pool is an area of escape and pleasure, where they experience greater freedoms in the water and so more balanced in their movement,” she says. “It also enables staff to give one-to-one therapy, where they can be very


tactile, build trust and so help the pupils to become more mobile. It’s an integral part of the education at Vranch House and has huge emotional and physical benefits. “The walling choices were integral to this vision. Altro was a key partner


on the project because they were sympathetic to the broader picture and what we wanted to achieve for the children. Their level of experience and understanding helped us to find a solution that delivered across the board; on quality, safety, aesthetics and durability.” Tom Warren, Project Manager at Vranch House, says: “The new


hydrotherapy pool has brought another dimension to life for pupils at Vranch House - everyone who uses it, both students and staff, are thrilled.”


uwww.altro.co.uk 36 www.education-today.co.uk June 2018


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