Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Marley Eternit's Fibre Cement Products Selected For New Classrooms At Greendown Community School in Swindon

A combination of fibre cement products from Marley Eternit has been selected for new classrooms at Greendown Community School in Swindon. Capita Symonds, the architects on the project, specified Marley Eternit's Natura for the walls because of its attractive appearance combined with durability and impact resistance. The large Natura panels also reduced construction times, too, which was essential to ensure main construction work was completed during school holidays.

Natura fibre cement cladding was specified for the walls in Cream White, White, Cool Grey, Beige and Natural Grey. Natura’s aesthetics and range of colours helped ensure it bridged the visual contrast between the existing school buildings and nearby houses built from buff-coloured bricks.

A contrasting coloured entrance area was then clad with Marley Eternit’s fibre cement Cedral Weatherboard in Cevennes Green. With the visual appearance of timber, Cedral Weatherboard is easy to install and rot resistant, making it an ideal low maintenance cladding material.

Completing the fibre cement line-up from Marley Eternit were Thrutone roof slates in Blue/Black. Offering the charm of a slated roof, the Thrutone slate has a smooth surface with square cut edges and comes with all the economical, functional and environmentally friendly attributes of modern slate technology.


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