Thirty years after Eurobrick first supplied McDonald's Restaurants and its contractors with the market leading X-Clad system and more than 900 stores later, Eurobrick continues to provide its brick slip systems for the latest rollout of new restaurant designs across the UK.
The new store designs are for both single and two-storey factory built modular buildings with a contemporary palette of mixed finishes. Eurobrick's brick slip system is usually installed off-site before the modules are then transported to site and craned into position. X-Clad has a long track record, having been installed on modular buildings since it was first introduced to the UK by Eurobrick over thirty years ago. Quick and easy to install, lightweight, robust and maintenance free, it is proven as a reliable and trusted product.
Stores recently completed by DSM Roofing, include examples of the new single and two storey designs at Falkirk and Welshpool respectively. In these instances, Eurobrick supplied 50mm thick X-Clad and Smooth Anthracite slips and corners from its Britannia range creating a striking contrast with the timber cladding.
DSM Roofing has completed over thirty new restaurants in the past 18 months, including the one at Oakham in Rutland, which made the news as being the last county in the UK to open a McDonald's. Eurobrick supplied Bradstone Rough Dressed Cotswold stone slips and corners in mixed sizes and 17mm thick X-Clad system, along with whole Rough Dressed Cotswold blocks for the boundary wall.
Dean Foulkes, director of DSM Roofing said "We have worked with Eurobrick for over 10 years and in that time have completed a great number of projects including several key McDonald's stores which required unusual materials, such as natural stone and bespoke brick slips. The programme to rollout new McDonald's stores all over the UK has progressed well and Eurobrick have helped achieve this with excellent service and always doing everything possible to keep projects on track."