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  • Holiday Park Owner Expects Years from Resco Compact Laminate

    Date : February 1, 2019

    Jared Adams has been running the busy 1.8ha accommodation facility with his wife Jasmine since 2010, but came to the then smaller camping ground as a child in 1990 when his parents Dave and Carol took it over. Now, with some boundary expansions, there are 80 camping/campervan sites and 18 fixed units ranging from two bedroom motels to basic cabins.  They added a transportable ablution block in 2008 and last year gave the old existing ablution block a “dramatically better” upgrade says Jared. The whole building was “completely gutted” and the Adams’ say the outcome is that their bottom line, “that our guests feel and see the cleanliness, and tell others about us” is more than being met.  It was word-of-mouth that decided Jared and Jasmine to look no further than Resco Compact Laminate products for their ablution block renovation. “We are a close industry us holiday park people, I can’t think of anyone who doesn’t speak highly of the Read More »[...]

  • Earthquake-interrupted Resco Compact Laminate ablution block completed

    Date : January 15, 2019

    Kaikoura Top 10 Holiday Park’s ablution block upgrade delayed but now sits resiliently in red with Resco cubicles, vanities and wall linings The popular holiday park has been owned by the Nolan family for 25 years. When the destructive Kaikoura earthquake struck in November 2016, the family were halfway through their main ablution block renovation, and siblings Ed, Simon and Alannah were in the process of taking over the park from their parents Gerald and Lynne. The upgrade work came to a sudden halt as town access became problematic and tradies were diverted to higher priority quake damage work. However the change of ownership continued and was completed the following April. When work on the ablution block was able to begin again Gerald kept a hand in project managing and now the family have a facility, resplendent in red, that they are all “really proud of and pleased with”  says Read More »[...]

  • Multicom Wall Panelling Futureproofs Proper Crisps Factory

    Date : December 3, 2018

    Based in Nelson, Proper Crisps is a fast-growing snack company that supplies potato, kumara and other root vegetable crisps nationwide. They recently opened a new state-of-the-art factory, expanding their manufacturing capacity to keep up with demand and make space for future growth. For the food manufacturing areas, Proper Crisps’ Operations Manager, Aaron Grooby was careful to select a wall material that would be easy to clean, moisture-resistant and could handle any bumps and knocks from trolleys and other equipment. “Traditionally you’d use a pre-finished high-density fibreboard panel,” explains Aaron. “But it can become damaged over time, resulting in ingression of water.” He decided to seek a hardier alternative and approached experts Ceiling and Interior Systems for advice. “It had to be hygienic, tough so it wouldn’t get damaged and washable, so that’s where I came into it,” says Hadyn Beatson, Project Manager, Ceiling and Interior Systems. While Hadyn made a Read More »[...]

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