Alumasc Group launches new joined-up water management solutions brand

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Alumasc Group plc, the leading UK supplier of premium building and precision engineering products, has created Alumasc Water Management Solutions (AWMS). The new brand spearheads a new business strategy providing customers with integrated solutions in water management.

Launched on 1st July 2015, AWMS becomes the first joined-up rain-to-drain brand in the industry to harness the expertise of four trusted brands in water management. The four are: Skyline Fascias, Soffit & Copings; Alumasc Rainwater Gutters & Downpipes; Harmer Building Drainage; and Gatic Civil Drainage.

For over 70 years Alumasc has promoted the efficient use, retention, recycling and disposal of water in the built environment. But increasingly, the market is calling for more integrated solutions. So AWMS has brought these four brands together to provide one simple, complete solution in proven water management: from rain to drain. AWMS can design products and measure performance on all water management projects.

AWMS Managing Director, Steve Durdant-Hollamby, says: “Skyline, Alumasc Rainwater, Harmer and Gatic are all big names in their own right. They’re renowned for innovation, quality and outstanding support. But under the new AWMS banner we’re combining their strengths to provide customers with an unrivalled breadth of expertise and skills from brands they know and trust.

“Our specialist knowledge and extensive range of industry-leading products will help our customers manage water originating inside or outside the building,” continues Steve, “protecting structures and providing rain-to-drain solutions, delivering water safely to discharge into water course, sewer or ground.”

To keep up to date with our new and exciting developments follow @AlumascWMS

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