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Swift Horsman launches joinery company

Fit-out contractor Swift Horsman has launched a specialist joinery company called Artezan.
The company recently finished the woodwork for King's Place, a conference and events building in London's Kings Cross, including the veneer for its concert halls, made from a single oak tree.

Artezan will be based at Swift Horsman's offices near Ware in Hertfordshire. Operations director Wayne Allen said: "We are offering high quality joinery at current market rates. We believe that quality should not equal high cost."

Swift Horsman won a Specialists Award earlier this year. To enter next years awards, organised by Construction News, go to The closing date is 12 November.