Marco continues to win educational projects

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Continuing a series of educational projects using Marco’s Elite cable trunking is this extension to New College in Swindon.

As part of a project to increase the capacity of New College in Swindon by 35%, Marco Cable Management has supplied 350 lengths of uPVC Elite compact trunking for this £10 million project. Avon Combined Electrical Services of Bristol is carrying out the M&E works for the project. Main contractor Morgan Sindall is managing the wider project, which is due for completion in September 2011.

The college caters for 3000 pupils aged six to 18 and a further 10 000 adults and business learners. The new building will provide much needed space for student services on the ground floor, with business and enterprise on the first floor, science, technology and maths on the second floor and an e-learning centre on the third level.

Steve Davies, business-development manager with Marco, says, ‘The clean and modern aesthetic look of Elite, combined with its practical appeal, has made this range a real hit with contractors. This is the latest in a long list of education schemes that have been specified with Elite in the south-east region during the past four months.’

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