SmartPly SiteProtect was utilised as hoarding to protect the public from the essential works carried out at Putney Bridge, London. The hoarding, which was erected during the repairs, separated the site from the public thoroughfare, enabling the pedestrians and traffic to stay safe before the full reopening of the bridge on the 26th September.
The strength and versatility of SmartPly OSB3 has been used to create the curved green roof of Britain’s latest motorway landmark. The new M5 service station at Brookthorpe in Gloucester is designed to sit within its Cotswold landscape, with an undulating green roof constructed over a SmartPly OSB3 structural roof deck.
Coillte Panel Products exhibited at Timber Expo 2014 at the NEC Birmingham, on the 7th and 8th October 2014, showcasing its Medite MDF and SmartPly OSB products, which are synonymous with quality and innovation.
An innovative modular panel system is being used to provide supports for fixtures and fittings on metal stud partitions for the interior fit out of the new Technology and Innovation Centre (TIC) for the University of Strathclyde.
SmartPly OSB3 panels have been used to construct the Wikihouse 4.0, a prototype project that involves open-source design in the built environment. The versatile OSB board is suited to the application due to its structural strength.
Coillte, Ireland’s leading natural resources company, have today welcomed the approval by shareholders of a €59m investment in their SmartPly facility in Belview, Waterford.
Family run business The Rug House in Newry, Northern Ireland, has made full use of SmartPly SiteProtect boards - storing 60,000 rugs safely in its new premises. The on-line store has utilised 2,000 sheets of the cost effective, pre-finished OSB panels across three floors to meet its growing warehousing needs.
A late night fire at the Eddie Rockett’s City Diner outlet in Waterford, Ireland has left the branch completely destroyed. The blaze, which engulfed the majority of the restaurant and roof, will force the premises to close until work can commence to refurbish the building. SmartPly’s ToughPly has been utilised by local builders, David Flynn Construction, to erect boards for hoarding and ensure that the outlet is safe and secure.
SmartPly’s OSB3 has recently been utilised in the refurbishment of Leopardstown Racecourse’s grandstand roof – a total of 10,000sq ft. Used as the decking component of the roofing system, the company’s product was selected for its high quality engineering and load-bearing ability.
SmartPly ToughPly OSB3 is the only wood-based panel product that builders, joiners and DIYers are likely to need. Structurally certified with a double-sided finish, it rivals plywood and other panels for versatility, saving time and delivering cost effectiveness onsite.