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£3.2m Jhoots HQ Enhanced with Attractive Yet Functional Hard Landscaping from Tobermore

21 Dec 2016
Case study

Jessup Build Develop recently developed the new £3.2 million pound Jhoots Pharmacy Headquarters in Walsall after receiving backing from Walsall Council. The scheme was designed by S.P Faizey Architects which involved the design of the external works on site. Tobermore helped make S.P Faizey’s job easier with the supply of modern Mayfair Flags and smooth Shannon block paving products as an attractive and functional hard landscaping solution.

The 20,000 sq. ft. Jhoots building is located on the corner of Littleton Street West and Hatherton Street, replacing Walsall's Gigaport site. The project has created 31 new jobs for the area.

Jessup Build Develop managed the construction of the project which was completed in 2016 with stunning results. The new building was enhanced with the addition of high quality hard landscaping products from Tobermore.

Tobermore’s Mayfair Flags were specified for the pedestrian areas around the building on site. Mayfair Flags are manufactured with a granite aggregate surface layer that produces a contemporary finish similar to that of natural granite. S.P Faizey selected the product in the striking colours of Silver and Graphite which integrated beautifully to create a bold, contrasting laying pattern.

The trafficked routes on site were paved with Shannon block paving, a smooth, vibrant product from Tobermore that is designed to withstand the impact of regular vehicular and wheeled traffic. Shannon was specified in the rich, vivid colour of Heather, in great contrast to the Mayfair Flag colours selected, as a method of outlining the clear distinction between the trafficked and pedestrian areas on site.

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