Stelrad targets major commercial projects

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Stelrad’s new commercial specification team (from left) Garry Naughton, Michael Perks and Trevor Smith

Radiator manufacturer Stelrad has set up a team to target commercial projects through major M&E consultants. The team’s task is to provide technical and aesthetic solutions for consultants looking to specify the best options for major commercial projects.

The team operates from the London office and is headed by business director Garry Naughton. Its other members are Michael Perks and Trevor Smith.

The main targets are projects in the education, leisure, healthcare, retail and transport sectors. The team has a wide range of specification tools, including BIM objects.

The selection of radiators on offer includes decorative radiators and the Radical range of serial-feed radiators that offer up to 10.5% energy savings by increasing the proportion of radiant heat emitted. The range also includes contemporary designs in horizontal and vertical models, and traditional designs such as the Oval Column range.

Products are delivered to site and individually labelled with their location within the project.

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