Suspended Ceiling and Partitioning Installation
One of our recent projects involved suspended ceiling and partitioning installation for Leeds City Council. As In Out Solutions is known for delivering results the adequately meet the clients’ requirements, the project too was completed to ensure the client’s optimum satisfaction.
This was not the first time that Leeds City Council had hired our services. We have a history of delivering reliable and top quality design and installation services to the organisation and were previously awarded with a contract to install glazed partitions and refurbish the Leeds Library by the City Council. As we put in our best in each of our projects to deliver quality results, pleased and satisfied by our previous work, Leeds City Council again approached us for the completion of another of its projects.
The City Council needed our services for the installation of a suspended ceiling and partitioning walls at the Civic Hall in Leeds. We were to implement new changes in a manner so that the original structure and interiors of the building are minimally affected and its historical significance is not lessened in any way. Also, we needed to give special attention to specified space requirements.
Almost all new installations for Civic Hall were by Armstrong. Armstrong is a leading and recognised brand dealing in the manufacture and delivery of acoustical walls and ceilings. As we never compromise on quality, our foremost priority was to source out best available wall partitions and ceilings, which suited our clients’ requirements. Hence, after much research we decided on Armstrong products as most suitable for this project.
Using a lay-in grid suspended ceiling by Armstrong, we were able to accentuate and add more definition to the shape of the building. Also, a lay-in grid suspended ceiling proved to be a convenient solution as it is supports easy maintenance and cost saving. The ceiling was fitted with dune supreme tiles by Armstrong that gave it a granular, finished look.
Wall partitions that were 102 mm thick were installed. These plasterboard walls were also a product of Armstrong. Main reasons behind the selection of these walls were their numerous advantageous features that went well with the City Council’s and premise’s requirements. Specific features of wall partitions included:
- Fire resistance up to 1 hour
- Sound reduction up to 49dB
- Door openings formed into corridors
- Sapele FD30 door frame fittings
Newly installed partitioning walls were fitted with ply doors, made to fit the door frames perfectly. The inclusion of door vision panels contributed toward creating an illusion and of spacious interiors and added aesthetic value to the overall design.
- Client: Leeds City Council
- Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire
- Date of Completion: April 2015