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When Lanarkshire’s leading further education establishment, Motherwell College, came to specify the flooring for its new £70 million Ravenscraig building, it turned to Building Design Partnership’s (BDP) interior designer, Lorna Bryden, to create a stunning sustainable scheme. As well as meeting the college’s aesthetic and practical requirements, the InterfaceFLOR products delivered a scheme with sustainability as standard. The majority of InterfaceFLOR products not only have recycled content in their face and backing, but are produced using the latest in sustainable manufacturing technology, and complementary services like Cool Carpet® and ReEntry take the work out of finding a sustainable solution.
"The new floors look really attractive, and have been well received by students and staff alike. As well as being able to stand up to the heavy footfall of all our visitors, we're confident that the floors will continue to look smart and contemporary for years to come." Alan Hewitt, Estates Manager, Motherwell College
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