Carea To Show Its True Colours At Ecobuild 2012
At Ecobuild 2012, the world's biggest event for sustainable design, construction and the built environment, market leading producer of facade solutions Carea will demonstrate its ability to supply composite cladding panels in virtually any colour.
Carea’s range of low pressure panels – Ardal, Acantha and Artema – can be closely matched to the specifier’s bespoke colour sample to suit the most challenging designs. Also available in Carea’s standard range of speckled and monochrome colours, these highly innovative cladding systems reinforce the company’s position as a leading developer of facade solutions.
Within the built environment complex facade designs are fast becoming the norm, with an emerging use of colour in facade engineering to meet the demands of architects and clients. These developments have been embraced by Carea, as shown at the recent project at Ronald McDonald House, Birmingham’s Children’s Hospital.
Visually stunning and inspirational, the exterior of Ronald McDonald House comprises a collection of Carea panels in eight unique colours, all selected to match specified RAL colours. Three greens, three greys, a white and a black were used to create the carefully considered aesthetics of the architect’s challenging vision.
Set to be demonstrated at Ecobuild 2012 on stand number N750 at London’s ExCel exhibition and conference centre from Tuesday 20th to Thursday 22nd March, the
expansive and versatile range of coloured low pressure panels from Carea can help to make the most imaginative cladding design a reality.
For more information on the full range of cladding systems from Carea visit www.carea.uk.com.
For further information, please contact David Ing at CFA on:
Telephone: 01622 754295
Mobile: 07802 409484
Notes To Editors
Carea has over 30 years experience in the manufacture and supply of cladding, having produced over 9 million square metres of product.
The company has an advanced research and development laboratory that ensures Carea is leading the market with unique products. The company’s products, which consist of rainscreen cladding, panelling and surfacing are produced to the company’s strict environmental policy, to ensure they offer optimum thermal performance that meets the targets for High Quality Environment (HQE).
As part of Carea’s commitment to total supply, which see’s the company working closely with both architects and contractors, the company offers a comprehensive in house technical service and a training centre to provide assistance to professionals who wish to improve their cladding skills.