July 26, 2021 | By Joyce DiMascio
Last week we brought you the news of the work underway at Coleman Group HQ to build a more sustainable company and reduce environmental impact.
Tighter Sydney lockdown restriction have stopped non-essential construction and renovation work. This means the installation of 300 solar panels on the rooftop of Coleman Group’s premises in Strathfield have had to be delayed.
Rod Peter, CEO of Coleman Group, said that at this stage, the sunlight and energy capture panels being installed on the roof would recommence August if restrictions permitted.
“But the configuration of the panels and streaming software development will continue to ensure a quick install when we are able to.
“This is a little delay, but that’s ok,” he said.
If you missed the story on Coleman Group last week, catch up here.
Coleman Group, which has been operating for 70 years, is one the biggest suppliers of fabric signage to the exhibition and events industry. It has introduced a range of sustainability practices designed to use greener energy, produce less waste, and use materials that can be recycled or repurposed.