Irish Agriculture and Food Development Authority, Teagasc, recently engaged with Advanced Flooring Systems (AFS) to supply and fit a new a pedestrian walkway in their Dublin training facility.
After 7 years of continued use, global fish manufacturer Pelagia engaged with Advanced Flooring Systems (AFS) to ensure the successful upgrade of their important bund tanks at their Killbegs facility.
With a new high build and decorative quartz system installed, Advanced Flooring Systems (AFS) improved the flooring performance for Belfast based engineering and catalyst testing provider C
Building 2 new Advance Technology centres in Castlebar & Sligo, IDA Ireland required an advanced flooring contractor to install a new high build flooring system. So the Irish government agency turned to specialist provider Advanced Flooring Systems (AFS).
Following the successful phase 1 installation at Point Square, further success continues for Advanced Flooring Systems’ (AFS) with the installation of another new high build slip resistant system for the Dublin city centre multi-storey car park.
Following the recent Point Square project, Advanced Flooring Systems (AFS) continue to leave the competition behind with a further successful car park system installation at Dublin’s Earlsfort Terrace.
Advanced Flooring Systems’ (AFS) strong expertise in car park systems has driven further success – this time with the installation of a new high build slip resistant system in Point Square’s busy multi-storey car park in the heart of Dublin city.
With years of flooring experience in fishing manufacturing industry, Advanced Flooring Systems (AFS) helped Young’s Seafood catch further flooring success with the successful upgrade of their Kilkeel facility.
Built in 1820, St Patrick’s Oram required a specialised surface preparation contractor to help them renovate and upgrade the chapel’s historic walls. With a long-standing surface preparation history, the parish turned to Advanced Flooring Systems (AFS).
As Ireland’s only remaining mainline steam engineering depot, the Railway Preservation Society for Ireland required a specialist flooring contractor to help them safeguard their historical engines for future generations.