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Case Study: SRG Apparel

Project:Entrance hall, showroom and walkways, SRG Apparel
Location:Whitefield, Manchester
Flooring contractor:Bramhall Flooring
Main contractor:Jenkins Design, Bury
Products used:2000 PUR, Expona Control Stone PUR, Expona Control Wood PUR, Expona Design Wood PUR
A diverse range of flooring products have been installed in the new state-of-the-art 40,000sqft head quarters of fashion house SRG Apparel, in Whitefield, Manchester. Over 750m2 Polyflor products were specified by Jenkins Design of Bury, and installed by Bramhall Flooring, including Expona Control, Expona Design, 2000 PUR, Polysafe Arena and Modena PUR. Senior Interior Designer Louise Grimes from Jenkins Design, comments “my clients brief was to provide staff with an energetic working environment which would encourage creative thinking. We decided to specify Polyflor products as they offer fantastic on-trend design, whilst at the same time providing the necessary durability and safety.”
SRG Apparel designs, creates and supplies to UK market leading retailers such as River Island, Next, Tesco, Asda and New Look to name but a few, assuring the head quarters will be exposed to a heavy footfall on a daily basis. Within the entrance hall a contrast of Expona Control in Warm Grey Concrete and Polysafe Arena PUR in Brushed Titanium was chosen, creating zonal areas throughout the first floor.

Expona Design in Aged Indian Apple was selected for the feature showroom due to its strong directional contrasts and eye catching level of detail which complemented the overall design of this highlight space.
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