Kwik-Klik hoarding for £3.2m National Trust project

Kwik-Klik hoarding for £3.2m National Trust project

Kwik-Klik’s Kentledge system was used to create a secure work compound for the £3.2m National Trust conversion of the Grade 1 listed Stables building at Belton House in Lincolnshire.

The Kwik-Klik team specified 74 linear metres of ‘rural green’ 100% recycled PVC panels to create a sustainable, re-usable hoarding. The bespoke configuration included vehicular gates.

The Kentledge system was chosen because the concrete blocks sit on top of the hardstanding in the courtyards without damaging the surface. The blocks also provide exceptional stability and security.

The 2.4m high green PVC panels also housed vinyl graphics containing information about an Art Exhibition at Belton House. The re-usable system helps to boost project sustainability scores and generates Zero Waste to Landfill sites. After several uses the PVC panels can be 100% recycled.

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Kwik-Klik is an expert installer of re-usable PVC hoardings. Their systems screen internal fit out/refurbishment work and create secure and sustainable perimeter hoardings for external construction sites.

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