Architectural and decorative casing solutions specialist, Encasement Ltd, has acquired Pendock as part of its strategy to expand into new market sectors.
Inadvertently contravening compliance and sustainability policies is the topic of discussion in this piece from Encasement.
Concealing retro-fitted fire sprinkler pipework in high rise flats and communal areas, such as corridors and lift lobbies, is simple and quick using Encasement Versa 5 pipe boxing.
Encasement’s Versa sprinkler system pipe boxing conceals sprinkler system pipework and saves time and cost.
Encasement external decorative column casings, bulkheads and parapet capping are concealing structural steelwork and enhancing the exterior of an events building.
Saint Richard Reynolds Catholic College chose Encasement’s ‘Forma’ and ‘Vecta’ metal casings to conceal structural steelwork around a new courtyard walkway.
Encasement’s ‘Versa 5’ pre-formed plywood fire sprinkler boxing will provide an aesthetic finish to the installation of new fire sprinkler systems at student accommodation blocks in Wolverhampton.
House builders and contractors involved in concealing pipework on refurbishment projects could be contravening their own sustainability policies, Encasement says.
Local authorities, housing associations & contractor partners could be contravening the government’s ‘Timber Procurement Policy’ guidelines – Encasement says.
If you are installing or retro-fitting fire sprinkler systems in tower blocks and flats, Encasement’s ‘Versa’ pipe boxing range provides the ideal cost effective solution for concealing sprinkler pipework.