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Petrarch chosen for Kent College development

Petrarch chosen for Kent College development

New Dartford Campus features approximately 1165 sqm of Petrarch cladding.

Two years since work on the £32 million redevelopment project started, North West Kent College has opened its doors to provide up to date facilities suitable for training North Kent’s youngsters in the skills needed by twenty first century employers.

The college’s new Dartford Campus features approximately 1165 sqm of Petrarch cladding in contrasting colours Aluminium, Alabaster, Graphite and Russet creating a fresh and modern feel. The development is based upon the concept of creating a campus of individual learning centres radiating from a central vibrant hub.

As the modern alternative to stone, cement and slate, Petrarch panels give you the impact you need to make your designs stand out from the crowd. They bring individuality and style to a building whilst being extremely durable, maintenance free and highly resistant to impact.

Manufactured in the UK, Petrarch’s combination of strength and lightweight in both 7mm and 10mm formats make it the ideal choice for unique facades, curtain walling and rainscreen facade applications.

Petrarch is ideal for both inside and outside applications and offers many advantages. Ease of handling, simple fixing, plus savings on other structural costs including the buildings foundations make Petrarch an economic alternative to more traditional materials.