Stuart Canvas was recently approached by Lancashire Fire and Rescue, as they needed a solution to protect an oil interceptor at their facilities. An oil interceptor works by separating oil from water, they function as a trap for rainwater runoff where oil is present and prevent the oil from polluting the soil and the water courses. The Stuart Canvas team conducted a site visit to determine the best method of achieving the result that Lancashire
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Stuart Canvas has installed a new Hover Cover at The Ageas Bowl, the home of Hampshire CCC. The hover cover is a new edition to the 15,000 seater venue located on the outskirts of Southampton. “We are extremely proud to install a Hover Cover at the Ageas Bowl, the ground provides world class playing facilities for both County and International games. The addition of a Hover Cover will provide the Head Groundsman and his staff
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Stuart Canvas was recently approached by Jewel Fire Group to produce a contamination solution for their new state of art manufacturing facilities in Rotherham. Jewel Fire is a leading manufacturer of fire extinguishers in the United Kingdom with a global customer base. The company needed a solution to excess prevents paint spray from painting fire extinguishers drifting into other areas of the new factory. Spay, dust and other by-products of manufacturing can often course issues,
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Stuart Canvas has recently completed a project with Dragons Rugby at their home stadium, Rodney Parade in Newport.  The club required a new solution for players entering the pitch, the new retractable player’s tunnel would offer the players protection from any potential falling objects when players are walking onto the pitch. It also offers a premium extension to the facilities at the Rodney Parade and helps build atmosphere at the beginning of each game. The
Stuart Canvas create a canopy for a steam tug boat
Stuart Canvas was recently approached by The Daniel Adamson Preservation Society, to produce a replacement canopy for the only surviving 1903 steam tug–tender ship, the Daniel Adamson. The canopy was designed to protect the outside seating and viewing area which is situated above the beautifully resorted art deco lounges of the vessel.  The canopy is made from durable 650gsm PVC marquee cloth which provides a waterproof and UV resistant barrier to the weather. The material