Shrink-wrap from Tufcoat has helped a Plymouth housing project for at-risk adults to deliver “business as usual” during a major refurbishment.
Plymouth House, a supported housing project that is home to a large community of vulnerable individuals in Plymouth, is undergoing a major refurbishment with the aid of Tufcoat’s printed shrink-wrap installation service.
Along with Westward Housing and JEM scaffolding, Tufcoat have installed their first-of-its-kind printed wrap to display partner logos across the Plymouth skyline, crucially enabling the doors to remain open to those in need during the refurbishment.
Over 750m2 of printed film was installed in just six days, ensuring the job site was weather-proof as per the schedule. All material used to seal the building will be recycled upon project completion.
Jill Moore, the services manager at Plymouth House, said: “It is business as usual here while the work carries on. Having a newly refurbished building will do wonders for the self-esteem of those who live here.”