In order to offer architects, engineers, contractors and other specifiers dedicated support for large scale construction projects both in the UK and internationally, Sika Limited has launched a Major Projects Team.
Sika Limited offers one of the industry’s widest product ranges for waterproofing, roofing, flooring and the protection of many other areas of the building envelope and the aim of the Major Projects Team is to enable customers to deal with a single source supplier and a single point of contact on significant construction projects, thus saving time and simplifying the entire process.
Major Projects Support Manager Ivo Schaedler said:
“With this dedicated resource and the full range of solutions for construction, we offer unbiased advice and recommendations based on the most appropriate technical and commercially viable solutions for major projects. We have a wealth of experience of designing and delivering large complex projects and because our customers only need to deal with one provider and a single point of contact, we offer consistency and efficiency throughout the whole project cycle.”
Sika’s Major Projects Team is already adding value to multi-million pound construction projects around the UK and internationally across many sectors including retail, rail, education, health and pharmaceutical, sports stadia, transport, urban developments and hotel and leisure. Sika has a successful international track record spanning more than 100 years and the company’s products have been used on some of the world’s most prestigious construction projects.
Globally, Sika is a world-leader in its field with subsidiaries in more than 80 countries, over 15,000 employees and annual turnover of £3.4 billion. In the UK and Ireland Sika have an over 700 employees and an annual turnover in excess of £190 million, with manufacturing sites in Welwyn Garden City, Preston, Leeds and Dublin.
For further information or to arrange a meeting with one of the team please contact: Naomi Gornall or Jennifer Baines on: 01772 255681 or visit: www.sika.co.uk/majorprojects