Base Structures contributes to a very successful ETSUK 2011
Early reports suggest that over 2,000 people visited the South West’s pre-eminent Environmental exhibition at the University of West of England site i
October 2011 -- Jon Morris who was in attendance on the Base Structures stand along with Francis Buchanan, reports that at the end of the day he felt as if he had personally spoken to each and every one of them!
The working model of the Triple Skin Gasholder was undoubtedly the draw and the cause of much attention from all passersby whether they were interested in the AD (Anaerobic Digestion) process or not. By far the most common request was to be allowed to have a go on our Bouncy Castle?
Seriously though, it was a very good opportunity for us to show off our expertise not only in the AD field but also to highlight our involvement in a range of other environmental arena’s such as Texo building facades, Salt Saver covers and our recent work at Newhaven ERF.
Not only were new contacts made but existing friendships were strengthened with all of the leading environmental companies in attendance that hail not only from the South West but from all over the UK