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GRG ceiling project at luxury residence in London

Posted on 27th June 2017

We are thrilled to have recently secured GRG ceiling and architectural cladding work at our biggest, luxury, London residential development. We are also carrying out cornice restoration.

DVC’s success is based on a combination of: utilisation of CAD & CAM (for precision), skilled craftspeople and efficient deployment of both by our 1st class Project Managers.

As part of this project we were tasked to manufacture and install a striking, GRG canopy ceiling above a resident’s swimming pool. The above video shows you our detailed 3D modelling results.

 

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