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Published: November 16, 2021
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Published: November 16, 2021

A Sightseeing Tour of UK Landmarks Protected by PPG Coatings

Hop back on our road trip through Europe – after the Netherlands and Poland, our third stop is the United Kingdom! On the way, we will marvel at one of the healthiest offices in the world, cheer for our favorite sports team at a stadium and then go shopping! Can you guess yet which landmarks that are protected by PPG paints we are going to visit?

The Spine

Did you know our coatings are helping to improve air quality? Our JOHNSTONE’S® Trade Air Pure sustainable coatings protect The Spine, a new landmark building in Liverpool. Air Pure – a bio-based wall and ceiling paint proven to purify indoor air – and other water-based and low-VOC (volatile organic compounds) PPG coatings contribute to the fact that The Spine has been hailed one of the healthiest workplaces in the world.

Wembley National Stadium

Now we are moving to the South, to London, where you simply can’t miss Wembley National Stadium, the second largest stadium in Europe. It is also the home venue of the England national football team. Our STEELGUARD™ and SIGMACOVER™ products have made sure that the construction of the stadium is not only anticorrosive and fire protective, but aesthetic as well. We were successful in providing a solution that protects the exposed steelwork of the arch, roof structure and internal steelwork of the bowl structure and will do so for many years to come.

Resorts World

Our last stop is Birmingham and its modern and colorful Resorts World shopping center. For its renovation, the architect and painting contractor chose our Johnstone’s Trade Paints brand. As Johnstone’s Trade Eggshell can be tinted to the wide selection of colors from the PPG Voice of Colour range, it was more than able to accommodate the vision. Our colleagues tinted over 20 vibrant, neon colors for the shopping center.

Are you interested in seeing more buildings from the UK and architecture from around the globe? Make sure to follow our Facebook or Instagram pages where we regularly publish photos of famous buildings coated with PPG paints!