A creative company gathered video footage and images over the summer for the new company film for the Rubb Group.
Staff and ongoing work at Rubb were in the spotlight when Studio Wallop spent some time on site filming the design and manufacturing processes involved in creating Rubb fabric structures.
Studio Wallop filmed at Rubb’s design and sales offices and PVC and steel manufacturing workshops. They also visited the site where Rubb’s building frame steel work is hot dip galvanized to protect it from corrosion.
Staff from Rubb Marketing and the film crew visited two high profile Rubb buildings in the north east of England: Newcastle United and Sunderland Association Football Clubs’ training facilities. These two sports buildings are considered to be flagship indoor football training hubs and are good examples of how Rubb building systems can help protect players from the elements, while providing an internal light and airy atmosphere thanks to our translucent roofing systems.
From the pitch to the airfield.
With filming and photography complete at Rubb and key sites in the north, Studio Wallop then set off for Gatwick Airport for the opening of the new Rubb aircraft hangar for easyJet at Gatwick Airport. The new top-flight, two-bay facility provides 5200sq m (58,125sq ft) of usable working floorspace and can accommodate two Airbus A321s at the same time.
Rubb Group CEO Rune Vamråk said: “We are very proud of our new video. Studio Wallop and the staff involved did a great job. The video allows clients to explore our commitment to excellence in engineering in everything we do, while watching the processes involved when creating our quality fabric building solutions.”
Head over to our blog to view behind the scene images and read our story on making the new Rubb Group company video… Rubb Blog.