Carea takes a stand at The Building Centre
Leading innovator of facade solutions Carea will be showcasing their comprehensive range of cladding systems at their new stand at The Building Centre, the world’s largest permanent exhibition and single source of information for the construction industry.
‘Our new exhibition stand in the Product Gallery at The Building Centre provides the perfect opportunity to sample and experience the ever expanding Carea range of cladding systems,’ commented Martine Lefevre, Managing Director of Carea. ‘Carea can help architects, designers, contractors and clients to create buildings which are stylish, contemporary and truly unique.’
For more than 30 years, Carea has been leading the market by providing industry leading know-how and product expertise to cladding projects all over Europe, having produced over 9 million square metres of product.
Carea offer two core product ranges in high and low pressure panels which are available in over 30 different shades and a range of textures, in a variety of panel sizes, and matched by a selection of comprehensive supporting and fixing systems.
Carea’s rainscreen and thermally insulating cladding systems are produced to the company’s strict environmental policy, to ensure they offer optimum thermal performance that meets the targets for High Quality Environment (HQE). The company also offers a comprehensive in house technical service and a training centre to provide assistance to professionals who wish to improve their cladding skills.
Used across a wide range of sectors from education to leisure, residential to healthcare and many commercial developments, Carea panels have been specified at Glasgow College, Brindley Place Birmingham, Ronald McDonald Children’s Hospital, John Lewis Retail Stores in both Exeter and York and Merchant Square in London – to name but a few.
Established in 1931, The Building Centre on Store Street in Central London provides architects and specifiers with an opportunity to experience new and innovative products and materials that meet the modern methods of design and construction. This allows the professional visitor and members of the public to freely explore the diverse range of products without any commercial pressure.