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LOCAL AUTHORITY - TECTITE FLEXIBLE

LOCAL AUTHORITY - TECTITE FLEXIBLE

Pegler Yorkshire

THE PROJECT BRIEF: To install a high performing and reliable system with minimal disruption to residents. Rising concerns with regards to copper theft and fluctuating tube costs also needed to be taken into consideration. THE SOLUTION: The Tectite Flexible Metal System by Pegler Yorkshire combines Multi-Layer Composite Pipe and metal push-fit fittings. This combination results in the flexible, flame free and efficient installation associated with PEX systems, whilst providing the performance and integrity of a traditional soldered system. Performance offered by Tectite Flexible Metal enables a connection to be made directly boiler, something other flexible systems cannot claim.
Motel One

Motel One

Pegler Yorkshire

Motel One in Newcastle is a city centre hotel designed to provide high standards of service, high-quality materials and good designs all for ‘Little Money’. The German based chain has experienced successful growth in its native country and is looking for further expansion throughout Europe. Its Newcastle development is situated in an enviable city centre location, just a short distance from the city’s Central Station and just 12km from Newcastle International Airport.
Sage Building, Newcastle

Sage Building, Newcastle

Pegler Yorkshire

Sage Building, Newcastle The £80 million offices of the Sage Group plc in Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne, included a massive 250,000 Yorkshire integral solder ring fittings. The fittings – manufactured from copper or copper alloy - were used exclusively throughout the building in sizes from 15mm to 54mm. The massive scale of the project meant up to 80 plumbers and fittings were installing Yorkshire integral solder ring products at any one time.
Trinity Square

Trinity Square

Pegler Yorkshire

Ten Trinity Square, the former home of the Port of London Authority, is highly regarded as one of Britain’s finest buildings. Built in the 1920’s for an astronomical sum of £1million its classical façade pays homage to its trade links with a sculpture of Old Father Thames adorning the roof and holding his trident and pointing East depicting the trade between nations. Today, Chinese investor Reignwood, has entered into a new phase for the building, converting it into platinum luxury apartments.

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