26th July 2006
TERCA BEATS THE BLUES
One of the UK's leading clay specialists is again responding to market demand, with the addition of a new 'best blue smooth' to the renowned Terca range of high quality clay facing bricks.
Produced using advanced manufacturing techniques; Terca's 'best blue' facing brick has a very smooth, clean finish and is suitable for a range of contemporary architecture.
"Blue bricks are often used for high specification projects, so their quality and finish is scrutinised very carefully," says David Simpson, national sales director at Terca.
"Some manufacturing processes can result in a bubbled surface effect, but we have developed techniques that ensure a very crisp and clean appearance to meet the highest architectural requirements.
"We anticipate that this brick will be specified by architects for a variety of one-off design projects as well as public buildings."
The launch of Terca's 'best blue smooth' facing brick is the latest move by the company to strengthen its presence in the architectural market. In May, Terca announced the appointment of Alan Gordon as specification manager, responsible for promoting Terca's full product range to specifiers throughout London and the South East.
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Notes to Editors:
Wienerberger AG is the world's largest producer of bricks and number two in the European roofing market. With 575 employees, Wienerberger Ltd is the group's UK operation, offering clay facing bricks under the Terca brand and clay roofing tiles under the Koramic brand.
Incorporating approximately 200 different clay facing bricks, the Terca range is manufactured from nine strategic sites across the UK to provide customers with bricks that reflect local building styles.
Wienerberger Ltd. believes in using natural clay products to provide a sustainable environment, which is attractive and harmonious with the local surroundings. Through all stages of production, from extraction through to the final product, the company places the highest value on sparing resources and minimising environment impact.
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