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Colorcoat gives new alpine ski facility a clear run

6 December 2011 No Comment

There’s no business like snow business and for Colorcoat® the crisp colour of Athena from its Colorcoat Prisma® range of pre-finished steel cladding ensured it got a piste of the action at a new ski resort in Kurasovshchina, Belarus.


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Building that truly reflects its wintry hobby

The new sports and training centre for Alpine skiing, built by the Monolit Group, is clad entirely in Colorcoat Prisma® Athena, giving it a futuristic metallic blue hue not only to match the winter weather but the region’s future ambition to become one of the best skiing attractions in the area – where winter sports are becoming increasingly popular despite the lack of natural mountains and generally flat terrain.


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Proven performance. Built to last.

With 27 different shades in the Colorcoat Prisma® range, the sky-blue of Athena was the natural choice for the new training centre with its emphasis on outdoor sports. Each panel covering the building has superior colour retention and corrosive resistance.

The reassurance of the Colorcoat® market-leading Confidex® guarantee of 30 years for solid and metallic colours and up to 25 years for matt colours (for zone 1) – with no maintenance or inspections needed to keep the guarantee valid, ensures buildings retain their sparkle for years to come.


Image courtesy of Metall Profil®


Image courtesy of Metall Profil®

Chilly, icy appearance

Designed to attract both professionals, amateurs and ‘have a go’ winter sports enthusiasts, the exterior of the sports and training centre features a mixture of Colorcoat Prisma® Athena and glass, giving it a chilled, icy appearance.


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New futuristic ski resort

Undulating, jagged lines of Colorcoat Prisma® slashed along the exterior sides of the building mirror the look and feel of ski slopes and icicles, resulting in a building that truly reflects its wintry hobby.

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