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Issue 42

15th March 2016

Queens University Belfast, Centre for Experimental Medicine. Northern Ireland. Ostick and Williams. September 2015

Opened to students and medical professionals from September 2015, the Centre for Experimental Medicine at Queens University Belfast is an industry leading campus for both its research facilities as well as environmental credentials.

Contrary to similar facilities, the CEM achieves an 'Excellent' BREEAM rating by countering the high energy and resource consumptions necessary for laboratories with renewable and low carbon technologies as well as energy conserving design.

Gustafs Panel System was chosen to clad over 1000m2 of walls to the central atrium space as well as 300m2 of ceilings to social and study areas of the building. The product was specified in a combination of perforated and unperforated, this choice creates texture on large areas of panels as well as introducing the acoustic control necessary for an atrium space.

Our thanks as ever to Ostick + Williams Architects, North West Drylining and O'Hare & McGovern. 

"We are delighted with the quality and appearance of the Gustafs and Dalhem products used on the project.

"Acoustic absorption and the selection of birch wood veneer were important to the design of the project and both criteria have been successfully met"

Barry Kane

Ostick + Williams

Gustafs Panel System is available in the UK through LSA Projects Ltd.

If this inspires you for one of your projects we would love to hear from you!

Please click here to download the brochure as a pdf.

For more information about LSA Projects Ltd, the products we offer and our extensive project experience please contact us at:

LSA Projects Ltd

The Barn | White Horse Lane | Witham | Essex | CM8 2BU

T:01376 501199 E: rwarder@lsaprojects.co.uk W: www.LSAprojects.co.uk


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