Armourcoat have announced another significant vendor contract for Choice Hotels International, Inc. in America, in the form of their modular panel brand ArmourFX.
This comes after an original design collaboration from 2013, with approximately 2,000 welcome wall panels develped for Comfort Inn and Comfort Suites; as a result, ArmourFX has been given the task for creating wall-mounted media panels for televisions in Sleep Inn and MainStay Suites guest bedrooms.
The most recent contract earnt is for Econo Lodge hotels, the second biggest group in the portfolio, with 830 hotels in America, as well as 28 more in development.
A branded logo panel will featured in a Travertine stone finish, with recessed logo to feature behind the front desk area in every hotel.
Choice Hotels International, Inc. (CHI) is a major player in terms of worldwide largest hotel companies. With roughly 6,500 hotels, across 40 countries and territories, CHI represents more than 500,000 rooms throughout the world.
ArmourFX has evolved from decorative specialists Armourcoat’s well known applied seamless wall finishes. Specialist designers and artisan plasterers can conjure integrated custom wall panel systems or design statement single artwork pieces.
The prefinished panels will allow for speedy installation, with extreme simplicity regarding handling and are perfect for projects where deadlines to finish are particularly narrow.
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