Natural slate walling and decorative aggregates from Welsh Slate feature on the headquarters of an international crime agency. The manufacturer’s Cwt-y-Bugail blue/grey pillared and rustic walling and Cwt-y-Bugail blue/grey pillared and rustic blocks in various sizes, have been used for and around a 232m2 feature waterfall at the new €105 million offices of Eurojust, which combats serious cross-border crime and organised crime within the EU. The walling and decorative aggregates are part of Welsh Slate’s architectural portfolio of products that also includes flooring and paving.
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