Sikkens chosen for Olympic Regeneration legacy project

Thu 14 Jan 2016

As a legacy of the 2012 London Olympic Games the Kidbrooke Village regeneration in the Royal Borough of Greenwich would deliver the highest quality of architecture and design.And it would require the best quality materials which would stand the test of time.

Working with London-based Architects Carey Jones, Blackburn-based coatings company AkzoNobel would set extremely high standards all-round.

After supplying colour charts and samples to the Architects AkzoNobel were delighted that their Sikkens Cetol WP 562 and Sikkens Cetol WF 792 products were specified for this project.

As with a host of their other projects AkzoNobel were also instrumental in guiding the Architects toward a line of equal quality suppliers who could furnish Kidbrooke Village with the timber manufacturer, timber machiner and the trade coater.

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