Marley Alutec has supplied its products to Magnolia House, a new purpose-built £1million support centre at Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
The palliative care centre is a first of its kind development; it’s been designed to provide a safe-haven for parents and families at their time of need, as well as providing a neutral space to facilitate difficult conversations.
The centre is home to three dedicated pastel-coloured private counselling rooms, a calming lounge area, a siblings play area and a private peaceful garden where families can sit and reflect.
Marley Alutec worked closely with the contractor Marshdale, who were supplied materials by leading roof supplier SIG Erdington.
The company’s products were specified by the architect, Pinnegar Hayward Design, because of their abilities to be curved, as well as their high-performance values.
Products from Marley Alutec’s Evoke fascia and soffit range were used throughout the project. The roofline solution is manufactured from composite aluminium, a material that has previously been used on some of the world’s most prestigious developments.
Combining exceptional durability and aesthetic appearance, the range perfectly complimented the ethos of the project.
Also installed at the project was Marley Alutec’s Aligator Boxer boltless guttering and Flush-fit downpipes.
The Aligator system requires no specialist tools or contractors to fit or adapt on site and are extremely lightweight and easy to install.
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