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Cupa Pizarras chosen for Scottish heritage project

When Shauna Cameron Architect required a product that could replicate the aesthetics of Scottish slate for the Atlantic Islands Centre in Scotland, Cupa Pizarras’ Heavy 3 roofing slate was said to be the ideal solution.

Medium grained and black-blue in colour with occasional quartz grain detectable on the surface, Heavy 3 is said to have a close resemblance to traditional highland slates, which was ideal for a site with such a strong Scottish slate heritage.

Allan Liddell, area sales manager for Scotland, said: “It’s excellent that Cupa Pizarras’ Heavy 3’s were chosen for this project. Not only do they comply with the strict aesthetic requirements that were needed for this project but the slate also fulfils the practical requirements.”