Art and Architecture including Self-Supporting Structures
The use of composites in architecture and design has grown considerably as designers continue to push the boundaries with large civil structures and exceptionally high quality finishes. The primary benefit of composites for artists and architects is the limitless possibilities for the shape and size of the parts which can be produced.
The widespread use of CAD software in architectural and artistic design has enabled composite manufacturers to utilise large scale CNC milling techniques to produce accurate composite patterns and parts, keeping the end product true to the design.
Composite materials can offer architects and designers value and performance in the realisation of large scale structures for increasing numbers of both commercial and residential projects.
Norco Holdings Ltd is a privately owned business formed in 1985 in Poole, Dorset. The company was established to manufacture boats but has evolved and grown to include a wide range of composite and GRP structures for multiple clients in the marine, defence, communications, automotive, aerospace and leisure sectors. it employs in excess of 150 people and operates from four sites with an overall capacity of over 85,000 square feet. The Company is accredited to ISO9001, 14001 and 18001.
Norco Holdings has two main operating Divisions: Norco Composites and Norco GRP.
33 Holton Road
Holton Heath Industrial Estate
Tel: 01202 623934