Marco measures up to mixed-use scheme

Marco Cable Management, cable tray,trunking

Marco Cable Management has supplied a range of cable-containment products for a major mixed-use residential, health and commercial scheme in Chester. Gorse Stacks brings together four doctors’ practices and a social-care centre containing council-led services on one site. The development also includes 42 apartments, ground-floor commercial use and a 3-storey car park at basement level.

Large quantities of steel-wire cable tray and Elite uPVC trunking were supplied to contractor Dransfield Electrical, which is managing the electrical installation as part of the wider supply-chain team.

Paul Diggins, sales and marketing director at Marco, said, ‘The strong use of both steel-wire cable tray and uPVC trunking across almost every element showcases the versatility and flexibility of our products, suiting the demands and needs of a range of environments.’

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