Emplas has helped a residents group to give a new lease of life to a tired community hall in partnership with construction giant, Mears.
Emplas, which has partnered with Mears over two decades, stepped up to support a local community project to refurbish St Michael’s Community Hall in Gloucester late last year.
During the two-day project Emplas installed 17 casement windows. These were specially designed to provide a strong match to decayed originals and the character of the Nissan hut-style building.
Matt Sharman, Emplas Commercial Manager, said: “We have an established partnership with Mears, working with them on a vast number of commercial projects for the past 15-years.
“They, like us, are committed to putting something back into the communities in which they work, and we were delighted to be able to support their request.
“It’s a comparatively small project and in this case, we delivered it on a charitable basis but it shows how the commercial sector does generate smaller projects, which would be in range of any installation business.”