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#Meshspotting – November round-up

#Meshspotting – November round-up

Our #meshspotting campaign is showcasing the many properties and capabilities of expanded metal mesh and highlighting where and how it is used all over the world.

Here’s a round-up of the best of November’s submissions…

Jet blast screens, Rhodes Airport

Expanded metal has multiple applications in the aviation industry – Russell Lobb spotted these jet blast screens at Rhodes Airport, which have been built with expanded metal mesh.

La Sagrada Família, Barcelona – security fencing

Barcelona’s famous cathedral attracts thousands of visitors a day and is one of Europe’s most prominent landmarks. It’s protected by expanded metal security fencing – thanks to Peter South from PS Mesh and Engineering for sending this in. Click here for some info on our own high security fencing ranges.

Plant covering screen outside Tesco, Gateshead

This 'bilbao' style mesh is being used a plant covering screen at the top of a lift – it was spotted near the Tesco Extra store in Gateshead by Paul Bushnell. There’s more information on architectural mesh here

Shelves at Nando’s, Harrogate

Expanded metal has multiple applications in shopfitting – here it has been used to create attractive shelving in the interior of the Nando’s restaurant in Harrogate. Thanks to Philip Astley for spotting this!

Fencing at the Saxton housing development by Urban Splash, Leeds

Expanded metal fencing can be combined with planting and lighting effects – as it has been at the Saxton development in Leeds. Thanks to Richard Holmes for the photo. There’s more information on our own security fencing here.

We’d love you to take part in our #meshspotting campaign by sharing great pictures of expanded metal mesh via e-mailing us on meshspotting@exmesh.co.uk or on social media, using #meshspotting. You can send us the images via our accounts on Pinterest, Twitter and LinkedIn.

The best photos will be shown on our social media channels, website and e-marketing platforms, including our regular e-newsletter.

Every quarter we will be choosing a winner in the following categories:

Most creative application spotted

Best photo (composition)

Furthest away from Hartlepool (our HQ and the original home of expanded metal manufacturing!)

You can keep track of #meshspotting on Pinterest, Twitter and LinkedIn by following us.

To find out more about the campaign, click here.