Gradus Welcomes Shoppers to St Johns

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13 October 2014


St Johns Shopping Centre is located in the heart of Liverpool’s City Centre and has over 100 shops, ranging from high street fashion retailers to more specialised stores. A sleek and safe entrance is now greeting shoppers and workers entering the building thanks to Gradus barrier matting, which is designed to withstand heavy foot and wheeled traffic. 

Esplanade Plus primary barrier matting, with Boulevard 5000HD wipers in Jackdaw, was supplied and fitted in the St Johns Way entrance to the shopping centre, helping to reduce the number of slip, trip and fall accidents.

Esplanade Plus removes heavy soiling at the point of entry and has excellent moisture retention properties. This can help to maintain the lifecycle of surrounding floorcoverings and increase the safety of the staff and visitors using the building.

Robert Bradley, Deputy Centre Manager at St Johns Shopping Centre, said: “We are delighted with the standard of matting installed by Gradus and the positive effect this has had at the St Johns Way entrance to the centre.

“The new matting gives the entrance a sleeker, more modern and professional appearance to shoppers entering St Johns.”

Lynette Bowden, Marketing Projects Manager for Gradus, adds: “A well-specified barrier matting system will not only increase public safety and prolong the lifecycle of surrounding floorcoverings, but will also enhance the appearance of the entrance by creating a clean and welcoming first impression.”

For further information on the full range of floorcoverings and accessories available from Gradus, please contact 01625 428922 or visit

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