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HEATING, VENTILATION & SERVICES; INTERIORS


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A triumph of innovation: The Central Bank of Ireland, renovated with MEDITE


The renovation of the Central Bank of Ireland, on the banks of the River Liffey, is Ireland’s first ever BREEAM “Outstanding” rated building. Architects Henry J Lyons achieved this by designing the large sweeping interiors to be as user friendly as possible for the bank’s staff by specifying acoustic wood panels from Woodfit Acoustics, made from MEDITE PREMIER FR. This specialist MDF panel from MEDITE SMARTPLY is fire rated for safe use in public buildings, exceeds the stringent CARB2 emissions measure, and is produced using FSC certified timber, from sustainably managed forests in Ireland. Colin Wheatley, Product Manager at MEDITE SMARTPLY explained: “With responsible management, timber is a 100 per cent renewable natural resource. BREEAM encourages us to use timber responsibly, and to create environments that are safe and healthy for occupants, in a way that will contribute to the maintenance of the natural world. The Central Bank of Ireland’s renovation is a stunning example of this. In its safety-conscious specification of MEDITE PREMIER FR, the building has a fire rated panel that also happens to be aesthetically beautiful.”


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Percy Doughty is excited to announce the latest addition to the Vision brand, the E-Line range of contemporary luxury electric fires. These stunning appliances are the ultimate home investment and are available in wall mounted or floor standing options. All the appliances will


come as panoramic as standard but can be transformed to front facing or corner right and left with the use of a conversion kit which is included in the fire at no extra cost making it one of the most versatile on the market. The new collection has a range of exquisitely designed suites available in a variety of materials designed to suit every interior.


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