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Military precision

Gerflor has upgraded the military sports facility at the Prince William of Gloucester barracks in Grantham with a new high-performing floor

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Glerflor has introduced four systems from its Connor Sports range for its latest installation at the Prince William of Gloucester barracks in Grantham, Lincolnshire. When the MOD supply chain company CarillionAmey wanted to upgrade the existing gym at the barracks, which are used as a large Territorial Army training facility, it turned to a sports flooring specialist based in Chertsey, Surrey. Reflex Sports specifed some 1800m2 of Gerflor’s Connor Maple sports flooring to meet the military requirements.

Gerflor provides high-quality sports flooring solutions for a myriad of markets. The firm has its NeoShok, Rezill Sleeper and Alliance and the QuickLock portable system available for specification immediately, with all stock levels held in France.

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