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New Vialia train station is a stop you’ll want to make

3 December 2013 No Comment

This futuristic building is on track to be a landmark transportation hub of the future after the use of Tata Steel’s Colorcoat Prisma® pre-finished steel gave it a ticket to ride.

It’s the new Vialia train station in Albacete, Spain, but thanks to the innovative use of Colorcoat cladding it’s on route to high-speed success. Architects Metrica Tip Arquitectura were looking for a finish for the new station that was modern and contemporary, yet which wouldn’t project an old-fashioned industrial feel.

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A railyway station on track for the future thanks to Colorcoat

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5000m2 of Colorcoat Prisma® in Anthracite and Silver Metallic, installed as part of a Trimo Qbiss One cladding system, give the station the right platform to promote its modern approach to train travel; mirroring the Vialia concept of transforming railway stations into an integrated and crucial part of the community by including leisure and restaurant outlets within the complex.

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Colorcoat Prisma® is Tata Steel’s couture range of pre-finished steel cladding for buildings, with an extensive range of colours from solid and matt to metallic. The futuristic finish specified gives the station an elegant and timeless appeal.

Tata Steel ensures Vialia train station is on the fast-track to success

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And with the market-leading colour retention and corrosive resistance offered by Colorcoat Prisma – backed by its unique 25-year Confidex® guarantee with no need for maintenance – it gives commuters and travellers a stylish start to their journey both now and in the future.

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