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Lignacite's Apollo Architectural Facing Masonry has been used externally on the new klm Call Centre at Norwich Airport as a form of decorative cladding and as part of the acoustic insulation strategy. The additional benefits of Apollo masonry were the block module dimensions, colour and texture, which reduced the apparent scale of the building. The project was a d&b contract. May Gurney was the contractor and nps the scheme designer and novated architect.

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