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New Brand to Emerge in the Construction Industry

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System Building Products is a new business brand specialised in the design, manufacture, and supply of external and internal solutions to the construction industry. The reason behind its establishments is the resurgence in demand for complete and integrated building systems.

Chief Executive of System Building Products, John Cowley, think that “cost functionality combined with high performance, safety and aesthetics are all determined by the integration of components into a properly designed system,” hence why they have brought some of their businesses together into a single one.

It unites Omnis, Britdoors, JCK, and Burgess, well-known and highly respected construction manufacturing names.
The step to create a new business takes them closer to becoming a complete system provider. “Increasingly the trend in the construction industry is away from individual components and towards well-designed, properly integrated systems which are appropriately installed. By bringing our businesses together we are evolving to meet that demand,” said John Cowley.

The company keeps investing in manufacturing and operations, while at the same time it focuses on the development of innovative products and services. As part of the plan, it will be offering a series of new warranty schemes, including an insurance backed product that will cover entire systems rather than individual components.

The businesses that have joined System Building Products already had a reputation in the industry with a long history of landmark projects. Some of them include the roofing systems for Wembley Stadium and the Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid and the metal ceiling systems for the well-known One Tower Bridge development. They have also renovated the fourth span of Paddington Station’s roof, reconstituted stone panels for Royal Wharf, rainscreen cladding and framing for Ferrari’s showroom in Egham and interior acoustic solutions for the Financial Times headquarters refurbishment.

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