Saint-Gobain uses cookies to deliver superior functionality and to enhance your experience of our websites. Information about our cookie policy can be found here.
Continued use of this site indicates that you accept this policy.

Home News 2015 CELOTEX MAKES A LASTING IMPRESSION WITH INSULATING SCOTLAND CAMPAIGN

CELOTEX MAKES A LASTING IMPRESSION WITH INSULATING SCOTLAND CAMPAIGN

/media/18044/image2.jpg

Celotex’ ‘Insulating Scotland’ roadshow may have ended but its impact on the Scottish construction industry will last long after the insulation specialist’s pink campervan arrives home at the company HQ in Suffolk.

On 28th September, the campervan branded in Celotex pink and carrying a team of insulation specialists headed to Scotland to spread the word of products and services that can assist compliance to new Scottish Building Regulations. Throughout the two-week campaign, Celotex delivered a series of technical clinics at venues across the beautiful Scottish landscape.

“Our Insulating Scotland campaign provided industry professionals across Scotland with easy access to everything they need to know about the new Section 6 Building Regulations,” said Paul Evans, Head of Marketing at Celotex. “We hosted a series of CPDs which provided specific information on the Scottish market – something that was greatly appreciated by attendees.”

“Feedback has been very positive from architects, local building authorities and our trade partners who all found the roadshow extremely useful. With further reductions in CO2 emissions required for Scotland, our product and service solutions will help to simplify compliance to these new levels.”

With the successful delivery of the Insulating Scotland campaign, Celotex continues to lead the education of specifiers and contractors on Regulatory compliance – offering industry leading guidance to aid with the understanding and implementation of the latest Scottish Building Regulations.

For more information, visit www.insulatingscotland.co.uk

Subscribe to the latest news from Saint-Gobain