• Project

    College of West Anglia, Kings Lynn, ‘Creative Industries’ project.

  • Client

    Brook & Mayo

  • Product

    Marco ELITE 3 Hygieia

Marco, a leading uPVC Cable Management Company, and the UK’s largest manufacturer of Steel Wire Cable Tray, has supplied its ELITE 3 Hygieia uPVC Trunking with built in antimicrobial protection to contactors on site at the College of West Anglia, Kings Lynn ‘Creative Industries’ project. 

West Anglia is one of the first colleges to realise the benefits of Marco’s innovative ‘Hygieia’ Trunking solution which helps contain the spread of infection. 

Contractor Brook and Mayo specified the Trunking, with Director Darren Sewell managing the scheme. Darren said: “We are always keen to work with our clients in meeting their broader objectives and the specification of Marco Hygieia at this project supports the college in their bid to protect pupils and staff from the threat of infection. 

Marco Hygieia is a fantastic product, and one which we would propose to any of our customers concerned about similar threats in both public and private sector buildings.” 

This scheme forms part of a wider £25m project to improve the College’s King's Lynn and Isle campuses, refurbishing several existing buildings as well as creating new, state-of-the-art technology centres in King's Lynn and Wisbech, open in King's Lynn during summer 2014. The Marco Trunking solution has been specified so far in the new Creative arts centre. This former sports centre has undergone a £2.5million refurbishment to become a hub for the creative industries; including TV, film, performing arts and workshops for crafts such as ceramics. Simon Kowalski, Key Account Manager for Marco Cable Management, said: “It's great to see that contractors working on schemes outside the healthcare sector also recognise the benefits of MARCO Hygieia. This is a fantastic solution that helps tackle a widespread problem.” 

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