Arxell interest grows following meeting with Battersea Power Station, Sime Darby and SETIA

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Pictured above from left to right: Kamarul Ariffin Abdul Samad (Sime Darby – Chief Strategic Relations Officer), Marina Chung (Sime Darby – Chief Design Review Officer), Adam Cook (Arxell), Datuk Koe Peng Kang (Vice President of SETIA), Adam Clutterbuck (Waterproofing Consultant to BPSDC) and Tony Ling (Head of Technical at BPSDC and General Manager at SETIA).  Also in attendance, but not pictured, were Jack Steer (Commercial Director) and Benjamin Forbes (Procurement Manager), both of the BPSDC.

Interest in Arxell’s innovative new drying system appears to be gathering pace following an invitation to present and discuss the merits of focus drying in the construction sector to a major UK development project – the Battersea Power Station Development Company (BPSDC).

Arxell presented its innovative new system and demonstrated how using a controlled focus drying system can bring a number of benefits to major construction projects, in keeping project timescales on track, saving money, reducing energy consumption and providing on-site contingency measures.

Arxell were delighted to be given the opportunity to present the benefits of its product as Adam Cook explains, “It is very rare to get all of these people in the same room together, let alone be invited in to present to them.  It demonstrates the growing interest and reputation of the Arxell system and the multiple benefits it can bring to large scale projects such as this”.

To further support its’ growing reputation, Arxell was recently shortlisted as finalist in the Travis Perkins Innovation Award and has also been nominated within the forthcoming Flood Expo Innovation Awards.