Crown Paints Puts On A Show In The Capital
Crown Paints now have a permanent display of their products and services at The Building Centre to support specifiers working across London.
The Building Centre, based on Store Street, Central London attracts some 2000 visitors every week to their architecture and design galleries.
The Product Exhibition space has 60 manufacturers showcasing their goods across two floors.
John Bonning, Commercial Director at The Building Centre, said: “We are delighted Crown Paints has created a display here.
“Their products join a complete exhibition, which architects and designers regularly visit to view and specify for function, colour, shape, size and texture, in one central location.”
The Building Centre established in 1931 is an independent forum that showcases and promotes innovation in the built environment.
It is a not-for-profit organisation, dedicated to providing education, information and inspiration to all sectors of the built environment, as well as the general public.
The building is open to all interested parties who are involved in architecture and construction as a place to learn and develop knowledge and join the ongoing debate about the built environment.
Usman Akhtar, Specification Sector Support Manager at Crown Paints said: “The Building Centre is a superb place for us to extend our services to specifiers in London and the South East.
“The stand gives an outline of our products, our industry-leading work in sustainability and the personalised services we offer for paint specification. Further literature and information can be gained from the Centre’s on-site information staff.”
More information on Crown Paints’ products and services can be found at the dedicated website for specifiers www.crownpaintspec.co.uk and https://www.buildingcentre.co.uk/specifinder/manufacturer/crown-paints-ltd
Developed to make the selection of products and services more effective and easier than ever – the site pulls together a raft of online tools and detailed information in a clear and concise format, to underpin a more selective, sustainable and speedier specification process