As theatres, restaurants, hotels and gyms begin a gradual return to trading, this key sector of the economy is a long-standing user of Encasement’s decorative column casings.
Although health has been at the front of everyone’s minds over the past 18 months, the healthcare sector has been a key user of Encasement decorative casing solutions for many years.
As retailers re-open and shoppers return to the high street, malls and retail parks, the importance of combining practicality with decorative design is still important – Encasement.
When it comes to durable and decorative casings for transport projects, the extensive Encasement range has them covered.
An £8.1 million events building at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire, is using external decorative column casings, bulkheads and parapet capping from Encasement.
The University of Bedfordshire’s new four-storey science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) building features 80 Forma decorative casings from Encasement.
Without column casings and interior wall lining solutions, many schools, colleges and universities would be considerably less attractive and engaging learning environments, explain Encasement Ltd.
Decorative casings solutions, such as column casings and wall linings, are a fundamental part of contemporary retail design, as Encasement Ltd explain here.
Saint Richard Reynolds Catholic College chose Encasement’s ‘Forma’ and ‘Vecta’ metal casings to conceal structural steelwork around a new courtyard walkway.
Bespoke ‘Forma’ metal casings from Encasement help provide an aesthetic and practical environment for shoppers at Coventry’s Central Six Retail Park.