Case Study: Liberty Stadium
|Project:||Hospitality suite, Liberty Stadium|
|Flooring contractor:||BAPTT Shopfitters Ltd|
|Products used:||Expona Commercial Wood PUR|
High design luxury vinyl tiles from Expona Commercial PUR collection were recently chosen for the refurbishment of hospitality and conferencing suites at Liberty Stadium in Swansea, Wales.
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Liberty Stadium, the home stadium of Swansea City football club and the Ospreys rugby team, has a capacity of over 20,000 and 37 conference suites for hosting a variety of meetings and events. Local contractors BAPTT Shopfitters Ltd installed Expona Commercial flooring in the new OSTC FX Suite at the stadium which has views overlooking the pitch.
Expona Commercial PUR luxury vinyl tiles in the Blue Weathered Spruce and Dark Recycled Wood designs were chosen for the new hospitality suite. The rustic wood Blue Weathered Spruce design was used for the main floor area whilst the contemporary Dark Recycled Wood design, with tiles supplied in varying widths and contrasting shades for a random effect, was used around the bar area. These designs were also used in the stadium’s Penderyn Suite.
Catherine Thomas, Customer Services Manager at Swansea Stadium Management Company commented, “This wood effect flooring has helped to give our OSTC FX Suite a sophisticated and stylish new look which has received incredibly positive comments from visitors and event attendees in the 2016/17 season so far.”
With a 2.5mm gauge and 0.55 wear layer, the Expona Commercial range features a total of 55 high design wood, stone and abstract effects which are ideal for heavy commercial environments in hospitality and leisure environments where there is likely to be a high level of foot traffic. This product’s robust polyurethane reinforcement (PUR) is cross linked and UV cured to provide superior cleaning benefits and a simple maintenance regime.
We have added a variety of brand new designs to our Expona Commercial collection. The Blue Weathered Spruce design shown here is no longer in the current range. To achieve a similar look, try the Blue Salvaged Wood design.
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