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The Positive Environmental Impact Of Powder Coating

The Positive Environmental Impact Of Powder Coating

18 April 2018

In addition to being more durable than conventional paint, one of the other major benefits of powder coating is that it is considerably more environmentally friendly than other methods.

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The Most Useless Airport In The World?

The Most Useless Airport In The World?

08 February 2018

We have been involved in many and varied projects over the years, but none have had quite the notoriety that St Helena Airport has!

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The World’s Most Beautiful Sports Arena

The World’s Most Beautiful Sports Arena

29 January 2018

Home of Los Rayados, the Estadio BBVA Bancomer sits in the incredible landscape of Monterrey, Mexico. This stunning piece of architecture features a sweeping asymmetrical shape that perfectly frames the famous Cerro de la Silla Mountain to create truly jaw-dropping views.

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Key Markets In The Powder Coating Industry

Key Markets In The Powder Coating Industry

10 January 2018

Powder coating is a versatile process that is used across a wide variety of sectors. It isn’t just used in large scale building projects and manufacturing, you’ll find a great number of powder coated items in your own home!

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Top 5 Advantages of Powder Coating Over Conventional Liquid Paint

Top 5 Advantages of Powder Coating Over Conventional Liquid Paint

13 December 2017

Powder coatings are rapidly gaining popularity and the industry has seen incredible growth in recent years, with the market expected to reach $12,332 Million by 2022. But what has made it such a popular choice? Here’s our top 5 reasons why powder coating wins out over traditional coatings…

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What Is Powder Coating?

What Is Powder Coating?

23 November 2017

You’ve probably heard the term before, but do you actually know what powder coating is?

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ARCHITECT WANTED FOR LANCASTER CITY COUNCIL

ARCHITECT WANTED FOR LANCASTER CITY COUNCIL

06 May 2016

An architect is being sought for Lancaster city council to redevelop a key area in the centre of Lancaster. The local are looking for someone to analyse the area and pinpoint opportunities for the town moving forward, specifically focusing on a long term strategy of 25 years.

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£31M BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY CONTRACT AWARDED TO WILLMOTT DIXON

£31M BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY CONTRACT AWARDED TO WILLMOTT DIXON

04 May 2016

Contractor Willmott Dixon has been awarded a £31m contract to develop the University of Birmingham’s campus in Eastside, the new building known as Curzon B and is Situated on Cardigan Street.

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ARCHITECT SOUGHT FOR HILL HOUSE VISITOR CENTRE

ARCHITECT SOUGHT FOR HILL HOUSE VISITOR CENTRE

28 April 2016

An architect is required for the National trust for Scotland to develop a temporary visitor centre, Hill house, Helensburgh. The project, expected to be complete in 2017 is aiming to increase visitor numbers and improve the ageing facilities.

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ARCHITECT WANTED FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL LANCASHIRE (UCLAN)

ARCHITECT WANTED FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL LANCASHIRE (UCLAN)

26 April 2016

UCLan are seeking an architect for a new student centre, the £56million project will see proposals for a new 7,560 m² student centre, which is to be built at Preston’s Adelphi roundabout, the project is part of UCLan’s £200million investment programme over the next decade to accommodate the growing numbers of students, which has placed UCLan in the top 20 in the UK in terms of student numbers.

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