Kwik-Klik hoarding for £3.2m National Trust project

Kwik-Klik hoarding for £3.2m National Trust project

Kwik Klik have installed 74 linear metres of its re-usable Kentledge System hoarding at Belton House in Lincolnshire.

The £3.2m restoration project led by the National Trust required a discrete and secure work compound around the stately home’s Grade 1 listed Stables building, which will be converted into a restaurant next year.

Green panels were used with concrete kentledge blocks anchoring the hoarding and providing a secure work area perimeter.

Vehicular gates are built into the hoarding and vinyl graphics promoting an Art Exhibition at Belton House were fixed to the smooth outer face of the hoarding.

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