A high-quality drainage solution from Marshalls has been specified for the £240 million town centre redevelopment project in Bracknell, Berkshire.
The construction project of the Lexicon delivers a one million sq ft modern shopping centre ready to compete with rival shopping amenities nearby.
A crucial element of this project was the regeneration of Charles Square. This part of the redevelopment would be an area of high footfall, so as well as needing to look attractive, this prestigious pedestrianised space required a robust drainage solution that would stand the test of time.
Marshalls Drexus Slot Drain Duo fitted the bill perfectly. Alongside pleasing aesthetic qualities and functionality, this drainage solution was made from concrete and galvanised steel, which gave it durability and ease of installation. The double slots provided an improved inlet capacity as well as a reduced chance of blockage, which in turn means less maintenance. It was also discreet enough to fit seamlessly into the landscape and would provide a highly efficient water management solution, making it the natural choice.
Where a grated system was preferred, Marshalls Drexus 100 was also implemented. This linear drainage system features a cast iron grate and a concrete channel, providing a cost-effective and equally robust solution in this high footfall space.
Combining pleasing aesthetics with manufacturing excellence, Marshalls delivered unique drainage products that precisely satisfied the technical requirements of the brief, and helped to create a better space that people will enjoy for decades to come.
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