A multi-storey car park is often the first part of a building that a person will see – which means that they will be forming an impression of the location before they even step inside.
Manufacturing facilities will subject the floor area to a long list of punishing challenges on a daily basis – including physical impacts, point loading from heavy equipment and pallets, forklift truck traffic and corrosive industrial chemicals to name just a few.
Stadia and arenas are some of the most prestigious landmarks on earth – vast, iconic buildings constructed using the latest architectural technologies in order to showcase the pinnacle of music, sports and entertainment.
Flowcrete UK offers a complete package of specialty epoxy, polyurethane, MMA and vinyl ester resin floor and wall systems designed to cater for all areas within pharmaceutical facilities as well as an extensive range of sub floor screeds and substrate treatments in order to ensure the integrity of the final floor finish.
The floor area is a great interior design asset to leisure and hotel facilities, as it’s a vast area that can make a bold statement with bright colours, on-brand imagery, logos and captivating patterns.
The thought of most car workshops and garages conjures up an image of a dirty, grimy and greasy space, cluttered with mechanical detritus and posing a variety of health and safety hazards.
The healthcare sector works around-the-clock in order to stay one step ahead of the numerous harmful viruses and diseases through rigorous cleanliness standards, global research and development programmes and the production of specialist medicines.
Corporate offices are high-flying environments - the hub of commercial operations, a meeting place for visitors and customers as well as a home for employees during working hours - so make sure that your office makes the right noises underfoot!
Brewery floors are subject to spills and staining as well as heavy loads and foot traffic. Caustic chemicals, thermal shock, slip resistance and hygiene are also a concern.
Like most wet processing facilities, dairy and cheese plants can prove a challenging environment for unprotected concrete. Protective floor coating systems must offer sufficient chemical resistance to corrosive dairy fats, lactic acids and proteins as well as provide an anti-slip, easily cleaned and de-greased surface.
In Europe, particularly in the UK, meat and poultry processing facilities are legally mandated to implement and achieve food safety management systems.