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All Floored and Happy

01 October 2015 | Updated 01 January 1970
 

Gloucester College has seen big improvements to its student services and library area with a helping hand from a vinyl flooring manufacturer. 

The college which provides further and higher education and welcomes thousands of students on a daily basis, opted for the, Moduleo’s Verdon Oak in a variety of shades and in the brand-new parquet option.  

Moduleo’s parquet flooring is available on all products in its Transform and Impress collections. The Impress collection includes five wood designs, in 22 colour options, while Transform was recently extended with the addition of eight new designs, in 42 colour options. 

“We had to ensure that the flooring was durable, safe and on-trend making the Verdon Oak the obvious choice,” stated Sarah Payne, Senior Designer, OEG Interiors who worked on the project. “We also went with Moduleo’s brand-new parquet option which enabled us to construct our own bespoke design  which was again a big factor in our decision.”

David Bigland, MD, Moduleo UK and Eire, confirmed that the products tended to be popular within the education sector, particularly within areas such as libraries which experience high levels of footfall. “The library and student services area at Gloucester College looks fantastic and we’re thrilled that Sarah and the team at the college are as happy with the flooring as we are.”

Picture:    Moduleo flooring has been used to everyone’s satisfaction at Gloucester College

Article written by Cathryn Ellis | Published 01 October 2015

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