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CEP's Petrarch contributes to Paisley renaissance

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Architects working on the refurbishment of Renfrewshire Council’s headquarters in Paisley have chosen CEP’s Petrarch reconstituted stone cladding panels to upgrade the external envelope.
In addition to a full refurbishment of the 1960s building interior, architect Cooper Cromar designed a new façade, incorporating new windows and an over-cladding consisting of CEP’s Petrarch panels in Heather Riven and Graphite Riven shotblasted finishes.
Approximately 1,000 sq m of the 7 mm-thick Petrarch panels were structurally bonded to CEP’s system 1066 aluminium sub-frame.

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