PFM 21 2 Mar 2018 - Page 7

Belfast Film Industry is at the Cutting Edge
orthern Ireland has today
established itself as a major
location for the film industry,
with such colossus as HBO’s Games
of Thrones being filmed there. To
keep up with the increasing demand,
a major investment was recently
made in a state-of-the-art 120,000 sq.
ft. studio space that has been built on
a former landfill site in Belfast.
Taking up a total of 8-acres the North
Foreshore Studios today provides a
flexible range of both indoor and outdoor
facilities, which will make this a very
attractive proposition that is bound to
build on Northern Ireland’s film industry’s
success and gain it even more of a global
Working behind the scenes to maintain
the ambient temperature are well known
players from the Grundfos pump family
that includes members of the energy
efficient MAGNA3 circulator range as
well as a booster set that is a great
performer and will ensure there is
sufficient water where it is needed, when
it is needed.
We are sure that many new and
existing stars will be associated with
these studios in years to come and
Grundfos pumps will be there playing
their own supporting role. To find
out more about how the cast from
Grundfos could help you with your
next production, visit
Reader Reply No: 212002
Firestone Refreshes Online Presence
eading supplier of EPDM
membranes and lining systems,
Firestone Building Products UK and
Ireland, has made accessing
information about the company’s
products, capabilities and technical
support easier than ever with the
launch of a dedicated UK and Ireland
The new site –
- provides clear navigation across
Firestone’s areas of expertise in roofing,
lining, thermal insulation and façades,
and features UK-based project case
studies, product information and news.
Designed to provide accessible and
up-to-date information about the
products and services Firestone offers
in the UK and Ireland, the website is
optimised for use on any device via any
browser, making it a useful tool and
reference for contractors and specifiers,
both in the office and out on site.
Explains commercial manager of
Firestone Building Products for the UK
and Ireland, John McMullan: “In the past,
our customers, contractors and
specifiers could access information
about our products and technical
support via our European website but
this was not tailored to a UK and Ireland
audience. The new website has been
designed to be more relevant to the local
“Our European website is still available
and relevant to our business but our new
website has been specifically designed
for a UK and Ireland audience with
localised content, contact details and
provides ease of accessibility for our
contractor and partner login areas.
Furthermore, all of the features and
downloadable content which forms a key
part of our European website is now
available via,
including up-to-date technical data,
safety data, detail drawings, installation
guidelines and educational videos”.
The new website includes a training
section featuring a calendar of planned
training sessions at Firestone’s UK
headquarters in Cheshire and online
sign up to register interest in attending.
It also includes case studies and images
of UK projects that have been completed
using Firestone products.
John McMullan continues: “We
understand that our website is often the
first point of contact for specifiers,
contractors and clients so we needed to
ensure it was easy to navigate and
“Our investment in the new website is all
part of an online strategy that has also
seen us engage with contractors and
specifiers via social media on Twitter
(Firestone bpUK) ensuring that our
virtual presence online supports the
sales, customer service and technical
support offered by our talented UK and
Ireland team.”
Reader Reply No: 212010


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