Flexible Flexi systems support Resorts World Birmingham

Flexi Support Systems, Genting Resorts, Sky Bar

Flexi Support Systems supported Genting Resorts World’s Sky Bar project in Birmingham. This is the first Genting leisure destination outside Europe. Genting UK owns and operates the centre and is part of the global business, Genting Group, head quartered in Malaysia.

Flexi Support Systems were ordered, via Smith Brothers Stores, for their customer Hockley Building Services— the mechanical and electrical contractors who were installing the rooftop services. An assortment of products were required to support various services such as cable trays, ductwork, in-line fan and air-handling units. Some frameworks were also supplied with an increased frame height, to suit certain services that needed to be positioned higher above the roof finish.

Removing the requirements for traditional concrete plinths, Flexi Support Systems’ fully adjustable framework solutions offer a fast and simple installation process, avoiding awkward waterproofing details or roof penetrations. All solutions provide the installer greater flexibility to make last minute changes and are supplied hot dip galvanised to suit external environments.

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