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MAPLE INSTALL EXPANDED MESH PANEL FAÇADE AT ROTHERHAM INTERCHANGE IN £12M UPGRADE

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Maple were rated nine out of ten by main contractor Interserve on a project to upgrade and refurbish Rotherham bus station and car park.

The Rotherham Interchange project is another example of bespoke architectural façades being used to transform car parks into important features within the urban realm. Responding to the architect’s concept for a multi-storey that was both visual and practical, we installed an expanded mesh façade in anodised bronze.

The façade panels were supplied by Spanish metal experts IMAR, building on a relationship that was forged on our Glasgow Fort retail park project. But the biggest challenge on the project was one of logistics. Access was poor, site storage non-existent, multiple contractors were involved, and busy local roads needed to be kept open.

“Maple really stood out on site as being one of the best sub-contractors working on the project,” said Interserve’s site manager, Frazer Robertson. “They went above and beyond to help – nothing was too much trouble.”