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Bodufinolhu Beach Resort Maldives

Fiber Roofing has been awarded the contract to re-do the 18,102 square meter (194,848 square feet) Bodufinolhu Beach Resort in the Maldives. On the roofs, we will use the “FR-MO Boards” as a sub roof covered with our “Fiber Indian Ocean Synthetic Tiles”. The 20 year warranty on our tiles will include the FR-MO Boards  as well. To make sure that everything is covered with 304 stainless steel screws, the 316 stainless steel U staples and the Flexi-Seal Waterproofing and Fiber cloth for the joints, at no charge. The customer is guaranteed a 50 year maintenance free roof and with the FR-MO Board, the risk is minimal.

The photos show the first of many containers that will be loaded weekly for the next 2 months. The other photos were taken from the chalets on the resort being prepared for the boards and synthetic thatch.

Fiber Roofing has appointed the company Sampa Maldives Pvt.Ltd to do the installation. The Sampa Maldives tradesmen has successfully completed projects on more than 7 resorts in the Maldives. They will supervised by the Fiber Manager, Abdullah Nazim.

Latest News on Synthetic Tiles

Fiber Roofing has the ability to manufacture any type and color of synthetic thatch. This picture is of Fiber Thatch tiles against the wall in our extrusion department. The types and colors represents tiles on resorts done from January 2018 – December 2018. Each tiles were made to specification provided by architects, resort owners and developers.

The white tiles demonstrated by the 3 ladies are tiles for a project in Canada on a resort surrounded by snow. The last picture shows an umbrella that has installed the “white” synthetic tile successfully.

Even a Red roof in Hanover Zoo, Germany on the owners request.

 

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News On Hilton Resort

Fiber Thatch Roofs being done at the new prestigious Hilton Resort in New Caledonia

Fiber Roofing is proud to be associated with Thierry Hardy and his company, A.C.C.G.M SARL, building the new Hilton Hotel Resort Complex in New Caledonia. Congratulations to the team under Pascal Arright for a job well done.

News On Como Cocoa

On the 5th of November 2019 at the Como Cocoa Island in the Maldives. The Sub Roof has been cladded and waterproofed. A team of Maldivian tradesman are stapling the Fiber Thatch Indian Ocean Tiles on.

The roof was done the following 6 hours.

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