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40 PROJECT REPORT: SPORTS & LEISURE FACILITIES; PROJECT REPORT: EDUCATION & RESEARCH FACILITIES


Knauf AMF makes a big splash at University’s £31m Sports Centre


T


he £31m refurbishment of the University of Strathclyde’s Sports Centre brings state-of-the-art training,


fitness and wellbeing facilities to the campus enhancing the student experience. Optimum sound control was a design imperative for the new centre and so Knauf AMF Heradesign® and Thermatex Aquatec®


the project. 220 m2


of white Heradesign®


were specified for macro was


installed on the walls around the impressive


six-lane 25m swimming pool. A further 1000m2


of Thermatex Aquatec® formed the


ceiling system in the adjoining changing, showering and circulation areas. Gareth McKnight, Architect, Kennedy Fitzgerald & Associates said, “The biggest challenge was the pool hall as there are only a few systems that meet the anti-corrosive criteria necessary in areas with high humidity. Heradesign is one which is why we have worked with this product on several similar projects. Acoustic performance was also a critical factor in an area where there are a lot of hard harsh services. We worked with an acoustician to measure the reverberation times and Heradesign performed well. We were looking for a white tile, to compliment the interior colour scheme but the wood wool surface of Heradesign micro also brought texture, added depth and interest to the overall interior design.” Sound quality is not the only consideration in rooms with permanently high humidity,


McAvoy wins place on new framework


Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has awarded four lots on its new £500m Modular Building Solutions framework to The McAvoy Group. McAvoy has secured the opportunity to provide bespoke modular buildings and interim hire facilities with a particular focus on education


and healthcare. Commenting on this latest framework appointment, Eugene Lynch, Chief Executive of The McAvoy Group, said: “Long- term frameworks are very important to our business and are a major source of new contracts, helping us to continue to grow sustainably. We look forward to working with CCS over the next four years.”


info@mcavoygroup.com Lincoln students get confident with colour partnership with Crown Paints, and took place on 3rd


Crown Paints marked the launch of the first Bell Decorating Academy with a morning of workshops for the students of Lincoln College. The workshops were hosted in the recently-opened Decorating Academy, which was created by Bell Decorating Group in April 2019 at


Lincoln College. Crown Paints’ colour consultant, Jemma, said: “We are delighted to be supporting the Bell Decorating Academy at Lincoln College, and I very much enjoyed meeting the students and encouraging them to think about how to apply their knowledge of colour to real-world situations where they might be called on to advise their clients.”


info@crownpaintspec.co.uk


such as swimming pools, humidity resistance demands are also placed on the ceiling. Due to its technologically advanced composition, Thermatex Aquatec resists humidity up to 100 per cent RH. This means it is dimensionally stable when exposed to high humidity and temperatures from 0-40°C. Aquatec also has outstanding sound absorption and an easy-clean surface providing an optimal solution for most hygiene requirements.


0191 518 8600 www.knaufamf.com Largest ever education furniture contract


Deanestor, one of the UK’s leading furniture and fit-out specialists, has been awarded its largest ever contract in the education sector. The £3m project is for the manufacture and supply of furniture, fittings and equipment for the new


£55m Inverurie Community Campus – one of the largest school construction projects in Scotland. The contract is Deanestor’s third school project for principal contractors, Robertson Construction. Commenting on the project, Iain Loud, Senior Design Manager at Robertson Construction, said: “Deanestor met all our requirements for quality, cost, experience and strong financial stability.”


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