CORUS AJ ENQUIRY NO: 201 AKalzip standingseam system capable of achieving a 1.5metre radius has provided a unique solution to a challenging design for the brand new Open Museum at South Nitshill, built to store almost 200,000 historical artefacts and works of art. The Open Museum was created by Glasgow City Council to store important pieces while the 100-year-old Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is furnished.
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