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Gerflor specified at the renewed Denny Library, near the ancient Scottish town of Falkirk

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Gerflor has installed new floors for the redevelopment of Denny Library near Falkirk in Scotland.
Gerflor has installed new floors for the redevelopment of Denny Library near Falkirk in Scotland.

Gerflor has installed new floors for the redevelopment of Denny Library near Falkirk in Scotland. The project uses a palette of Gerflor Tarasafe Standard, Taralay Impression Comfort and Creation 70 LVT range for across the building from the library itself to back of house stores and WC facilities. The redevelopment is part of a wider allocation of £450,000 of funds committed by the Scottish Government in 2016 to Scottish libraries. The Denny Library is seen as a vital element of the town’s activities. Its architect specified Gerflor for its robustness, continuity and visual appearance in the flooring.

  • Gerflor has installed new floors for the redevelopment of Denny Library near Falkirk in Scotland.
    Gerflor has installed new floors for the redevelopment of Denny Library near Falkirk in Scotland.
  • Gerflor has installed new floors for the redevelopment of Denny Library near Falkirk in Scotland.
    Gerflor has installed new floors for the redevelopment of Denny Library near Falkirk in Scotland.
  • Gerflor has installed new floors for the redevelopment of Denny Library near Falkirk in Scotland.
    Gerflor has installed new floors for the redevelopment of Denny Library near Falkirk in Scotland.
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