We’re very excited to be bringing our MFS i-Form Solution™ to a project of this architectural and historical importance. Designed by Mary Townley around 1792 as the family home for the Townleys and their eight children, it was surrounded by extensive grounds containing pleasure gardens, graperies, an ice house and a well. The Townleys were a highly influential couple and held balls and social gatherings attended by the gentry and nobility of the era, including a visit from the Duchess of Kent and a young Princess Victoria in the 1820s.
Using our experience and expertise in intelligent value engineering, we have developed innovative, cost effective solutions that meet the growing environmental demands of today’s housing industry and offer best value in the long term. The combination of ‘platforms’ includes Xella Ytong thin joint blocks, PCC Hollowcore floors & staircases and other standardised construction components, that are precision engineered in factory conditions offsite.
Norman Hinckes MD of Masonry Frame Systems
‘We are delighted to confirm our appointment on the Townley House project. This marks a milestone as one of the 1st formal appointments since the registration and launch of the MFS i-Form Solution™ in 2020. As we emerge from the covid restrictions, we see enormous potential in the i-Form Solution™ as the take up of MMC and PDfMA continues to gain traction. Whilst relevant for most medium to high rise construction, at 5 storeys and above, we believe our system is in a class of its own’