Manchester, England-based HMG Paints Ltd. supplied paint for the refurbishment of the city’s iconic Central Library. The Grade II* listed building, originally built between 1930 and 1934, began a £48 million, four-year renovation project in 2010 and was reopened to the public in March 2014. The library now offers the public access to extensive library collections, regional and national photograph and film archives, a state-of-the-art digital media lounge, and the magnificent central Wolfson Reading Room.
HMG Paints, the UK’s largest independent, industrial coatings manufacturer, supplied Broadley Group with over 600 litres of paint, providing a clean, classic, yet modern finish to the interiors of the iconic building. Broadley Group has a reputation for quality and skilled craftsmanship and has carried out the careful refurbishment of a number of other historical venues including London’s Kew Palace and the Coliseum Theatre.