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MOTIS Structures are defined by their flexibility, with a modern modular system consisting of standard structural elements to help designers create structures they need for their projects.
This system delivers on style, practicality and functionality; allowing the creation of cost-effective facilities from a group of standard components without the need for bespoke design.
Combine the various elements to create cantilevered or gull-wing shelters, retail or information kiosks, or waiting rooms - amongst other structures. The MOTIS Structures support integrated lighting, seating and signage systems, and work alongside a coordinated range of complementary street furniture and lighting for a cohesive visual approach.
Finishing options include; leaving galvanised steel components in their natural metallic state, painting in a location or brand identity, or cladding with attractive aluminium profiles. Cladding profiles also serve as ducts for data and power cables, branding devices, integrating signage and lighting, and protection from vandalism.
- Flexible modular system of standard structural elements
- Cost effective, high quality components
- Multipurpose aluminium cladding
- Integrated lighting, seating and signage systems support
Ethical Risk Index
This Radar diagram illustrates the level of ethical risk associated with a specific stone. Ethical risk is plotted against the 10 ten measures of the ERI, with each value drawn from reports produced by independent ethical auditors, engaged by Marshalls to provide non-biased and honest reporting into levels of risk in that supply chain.
Each of the 10 measure is designed to recognise different and discrete sources of ethical risk. This produces a bespoke, fit for purpose framework designed specifically for the requirements of the stone industry. The radar diagram itself also compares the Marshalls supply chain to the wider industry in that stone, giving users a working comparison of Marshalls supply chain to the industry average, in the opinion of the auditor.
- Modern Slavery Act Awareness
- Supply Chain Visibility
- Income and Employment Security
- Health & Safety
- Employment Freely Chosen
- Corruption and Bribery