Glass manufacturer TuffX demonstrated how they too are at the top of their game after smartening up the offices at Exeter Chiefs Rugby Club with brand new internal high-spec balustrades.
The premiership club drafted in the Knowlsey based specialists due to their reputation for offering unrivalled lead-times and on-hand, quality technical knowhow. Consequently, more than 90m2 of 19mm toughened glass now stands proudly at the club’s Devonshire home, Sandy Park.
TuffX is no stranger to elite sporting grounds having previously supplied to Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium, and Liverpool’s Anfield. Adding Exeter to their repertoire at the most prestigious time in the sport’s calendar – the Six Nations – is a welcome accolade.
Managing Director Graham Price explained that the array of clients TuffX supports is varied:
“Glass is a simple way of bringing light into a space, or providing safety without compromising a view. We have been able to install products of all types within some really interesting spaces, including Buckingham Palace, and are continuously on show to the public via work we’ve undertaken in high street stores. Our products come with standard safety features such as dubbed corners and this is something we know appeals to those with high consumer footfall.
“Our glass balustrading can be supplied to small or large, commercial or domestic projects in a number of thicknesses. The versatility of glass means that we can also manufacture any design features or cut outs as required.”
Graham finished with a message of good luck to the club: “I’ve been told that Exeter Chiefs are really very pleased with the end result; we wish them a successful 2019 season.”