Opened in the summer of 2018, the state-of-the-art eight-story building is home to U of L Physicians pediatric specialty clinical practices. The Argeton Terracotta facade features 15 custom glazed colors brilliantly featured on exterior walls and soffits. The colorful environment is designed to put children at ease and give them access to some of the top pediatric specialists and primary care providers in the nation.
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This year’s Offsite Construction Show was a resounding success for us here at Telling.
An annual highlight in the industry’s calendar, we were able to showcase our pioneering glass fibre reinforced concrete (GRC) façade panels to hundreds of decision makers and influencers from across the field of construction.
It’s an annual highlight in the construction industry’s calendar, and once again we will be exhibiting at the eagerly anticipated Offsite Construction Show.
Those who know us well here at Telling Architectural, will know that we always strive to be at the forefront of our field, so we’re proud to reveal that we will be showcasing our latest state-of-the-art façade innovations at the 2018 show.
Telling Architectural’s goal of creating state-of-the-art GRC solutions for architecture, has progressed one step further.
Renowned for embracing new technology, Telling has invested in an advanced, digital 3D modelling system, which allows it to speed up the design and engineering of its GRC (glass-reinforced concrete) panels.
Telling Architectural is renowned for its versatility in the creation of advanced technology facades upon a range of prestigious UK projects.
The Wolverhampton-based firm continues to expand in a determined bid to further improve its offer for its growing base.
Telling Architectural is excited to announce that it will exhibit at the dedicated showcase for the off-site construction industry.
Based in Wolverhampton, Telling Architectural will be exhibiting at the second annual national OFFSITE Construction Show (OSCS2017) which is to be held at London’s ExCeL exhibition centre on Wednesday, October 11, and Thursday October 12. This event is the only one of its kind by the industry for the industry and was launched to “resounding success” last year when it attracted over 2,000 people from across the UK’s building, construction, design and engineering community.
South Staffordshire Council’s recent investment in acquiring and developing a 60,000 square foot industrial unit within the Four Ashes Industrial Estate has resulted in a local company expanding its business and creating more jobs.
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A specialist manufacturer of glass-reinforced concrete for building façade panels will quadruple its output following a move to new premises just outside of Wolverhampton.
And that puts Telling Architectural on track to boost its 60-strong workforce to 90 within the next two years as production increases. Key legal advice on the lease was provided by Charan Thiara of FBC Manby Bowdler’s commercial property team. Established in 2002, Telling Architectural enjoyed steady growth for many years but it was the decision, in 2013, to expand in to the production of glass-reinforced concrete (GRP) that changed things for the business. This caused its turnover to double from £2.8m in 2014, to £5.7m just a year later and as Mike Wood, director explained, a move became a necessity.
Telling Architectural is thrilled to reveal an exciting expansion plan which will see it move to a new factory and double its production capacity. Although still based at Four Ashes in Wolverhampton, Telling will soon move to a 60,000 sq ft production facility. Whilst the new production facility is only 300 metres from its current site, it is three times larger and enable the company to significantly boost its manufacturing output.
The relocation, which will also see an increase in a range of jobs, comes in the wake of the ongoing and increasing demand for Telling’s unique GRC – glass fibre reinforced concrete – facade panels with a particular focus upon natural brick facings.