A Liverpool Icon

Overlooking the River Mersey, the iconic Royal Liver Building is the most prominent structure in Liverpool’s famous skyline.

Built in 1911, it is one of the ‘three graces’, constructed to signify Liverpool’s prestige and commercial prowess. At the time of its completion, it was the tallest building in Europe and granted Grade 1 listed status in 1966.

Classic on the outside yet modern, light and chic on the inside, the recent programme of investment aimed to reposition the building offering, with a new reception area, large open plan grade A office suites, gym and café.

With stunning panoramic views across the city and along the river, it’s no wonder the likes of well-known banks, top consultancies and even premier league football clubs occupy the space.

First Impressions Count

A first-class offering is key to attracting and retaining tenants – and Intraform Low Profile entrance barrier matting protects the flooring to maintain the interior aesthetic and create the right first impression.

Using a zonal system, the entrance matting tackles dirt even before you enter the building. Ribbed rubber inserts in Zone 1 scrape away the worst foot borne dirt and moisture. While in zone 2 the matting system features Intralux Elite fibre inserts in a classic soft grey to harmonise with the porcelain floor tiles and granite cladding.

This Cfl-s1 fire rated entrance matting fibre is made from 100% recycled Econyl yarn that can hold up to 5.4l/m² of moisture – great for inclement weather and exposed locations such as the Liver Building.

The final detail in this entrance matting specification was the choice of bronze anodised profiles, chosen to echo the bronze inset feature tiles and historic detailing.

Fast Track Sample Service

Like what you’ve seen and want to experience the product for yourself?  Request a free sample today or contact the team to chat through your individual requirements to specify with confidence.

System:
INTRAform Low Profile
Specification :
Bronze Anodised with INTRAlux Elite 606 Grey and Ribbed Rubber inserts
location :
Liverpool
Architect :
Corstorphine + Wright