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  • 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 »[...]

  • Resco Compact Laminate properties “outstanding” at Wanganui Collegiate

    Date : November 1, 2018

    The first major refit of boys’ boarding houses ablution facilities in at least thirty years is underway at Wanganui Collegiate School with Harvey and Hadfield House completed in June and work set to commence on Selwyn and Grey Houses in November. Facility manager Robin McGhie, employed last year to oversee a substantial “long overdue and well-received” refresh throughout the historic school, says all concerned are delighted with the finished result in the bathrooms and toilets of Harvey and Hadfield Houses. “It looks smart, it is practical, and the boys will take great pride in the new facilities,” says Robin. The boys are aged between Year 9 and Year 13, so it is a reasonable supposition the ablution areas are subject to high use and rugged wear. “We chose the hardiest cubicles available with the Resco Storm system.” Wet area walls are covered with Resco Multicom panels and Multicom has also Read More »[...]

  • Complex job in $300m Christchurch Precinct for Resco Compact Laminate

    Date : September 30, 2018

    Minimalistic aesthetic attained whilst Resco resilience retained in the Justice and Emergency Services Precinct   The Precinct, which became operational in October 2017, is the largest multi-agency government co-location project in New Zealand’s history. The 42,000 sq m Christchurch site houses the Ministry of Justice and Christchurch-based judges, NZ Police, Department of Corrections, St John New Zealand, Fire and Emergency New Zealand and the Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency.   Architect Nick Warring, who led the team from Warren and Mahoney, Opus, and Cox Architecture, explains the public and staff restroom and ablution facilities in the Precinct were not only required to meet robust performance and design specifications but they had to do so within an already-set budget.   “There was a strong desire that a quality appropriate for a civic building was reflected throughout,” explains Nick, who commends the process of collaborating with Resco, resulting in customised refinements to their product. Read More »[...]

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