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Tesla: New Offices and Warehouse Space

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Here are a few progress photos from one of our current sites, in Dartford. We’re working for Crestel Projects on new offices and warehouse space for Tesla. We’re taking care of the suspended ceilings, using Armstrong Dune Evo tiles and Prelude 24 grid. It’s coming along really well – check out those angles!
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Working on Essential Projects During Lockdown

Who would have expected at the beginning of the year that a few months later, we’d all be thrown into a strange new world of lockdowns, social distancing and home schooling? We’ve been working hard to keep our team safe, whilst continuing to work on a number of essential projects, so we thought we’d share…

Manningtree High School Renovation

We were recently involved in a renovation project at Manningtree High School. We were working on the new dining hall. We used insulated Koolthem K18 plasterboard tacked to the timber soffit, and dot and dabbed to external walls. The ceilings are by Ecophon.
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What Are The Best Lights for Suspended Ceilings?

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Having a suspended ceiling can bring you many rewards, such as improved air circulation and soundproofing. And as well as these perks, with the range of options available these days, we think they can look great too. However, it’s not always easy to decide on the right suspended ceiling lighting for you. It can be a…
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Suspended Ceiling vs. MF Plasterboard Ceiling

Suspended, or grid, ceilings and MF Plasterboard, or drywall, ceilings are the two most common types of commercial ceilings we install. A question we’re often asked is: which is better? The correct answer to that question varies by project. So, we’ve put together a quick comparison to help you decide. When to choose suspended ceilings…
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How much does a suspended ceiling cost?

Suspended ceilings, also known as “dropped” or “false” ceilings have been around for over 50 years. But as a commercial ceiling choice, they’re still going strong. One of the reasons for their continued success is that they provide a relatively low-cost way to cover large spaces. The cost, as with most interior fixings, can vary…
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Different types of commercial ceilings

When developing a new commercial premises, or planning a commercial renovation, choosing the right ceiling might not always come top of the agenda. But it is an important decision which can have far-reaching consequences in terms of the productivity of your staff, ease of maintenance and overall aesthetics. We take a quick look at some…
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