Knauf’s Technical Services Team played a critical role during the construction of the first phase of a brand new mixed-use residential and retail development in Salford.
Buildings for use in the commercial, retail and leisure sectors present a wide range of drywall design challenges due to their individual requirements for aesthetics, acoustic performance, fire performance and robustness. In addition to designing rooms and areas for specific purposes, consideration should also be given to the potential for future alterations to the use and layout of internal areas.
The larger the project the greater the advantage of involving Knauf Drywall Technical Services at an early stage. As well as providing comprehensive design guidance and support throughout the project’s duration, we can also ensure timed deliveries, specialist vehicles and other site specific requirements.
Call us on 01795 416259 and discover how we can add value to your Commercial, Retail or Leisure project.
The redevelopment of Terminal 2 is the latest stage in a £4 billion programme to upgrade, replace and refresh facilities within and around the terminal buildings; it started with the construction of Terminal 5, and then followed by Terminals 1 and 3. And then a new check-in area and forecourt at Terminal 4 created 6000m² of extra space.
Contractors using the versatile Slimgrid ceiling system from Knauf on the refurbishment of Westminster House in Manchester were staggered with the 30% reduction in time and labour costs.
Inspirational and iconic, Derby Arena is both a striking building and a valuable legacy from the 2012 Olympic Games while also demonstrating the breadth of products and the depth of technical support available from Knauf – one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of lightweight building materials and systems.
Contractors working on London’s first 6-star hotel and residential apartments relied on the assurances of Knauf’s Readymixed Finishing Solutions to achieve the quality required for the iconic project neighbouring the Tower of London and St Paul’s Cathedral.
Swift and simple to apply, Ready Mixed Plasters from Knauf have contributed keeping the fast-track construction of Village Hotels and Leisure’s first Village Urban Resort in Scotland on track for its opening in December 2014.
Knauf GIFAfloor was installed to replace part of the existing raised access flooring as part of a complete overhaul of the building’s internal infrastructure.
A striking modernist inspired building designed by leading architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, The Cube is a statement of the firm’s ambitions and intent as it not only showcases its products and systems but also provides the training facilities to educate the workforce of the future.
The eye-catching curves of the iconic Redcar Beacon – the landmark development for the redeveloped seafront at the North East England resort – were made simpler and faster to achieve by using Knauf Aquapanel Exterior Cement Boards as the render carrier board.
Innovative plaster products from Knauf Drywall have simplified and accelerated the development of a purpose-built £3 million plus entertainment complex for Cofton Holiday Park, the award winning four star holiday park near Dawlish, Devon.
Readymix Plasters developed by Knauf Drywall delivered the finest wall finishes possible, ready for decoration, for the fast-track construction programme to develop two major new London hotels in time for the Olympic Games.
The centre piece of one of the Chelsea Flower Show’s top exhibits – a dramatic pavilion modelled upon the circular trullo houses found in Puglia, Italy – was made possible using innovative products from two market-leading companies, Knauf Drywall and Monocouche Render Systems.
Speed of construction and aesthetic appearance made Aquapanel Exterior the top choice when creating a South American style Cantina for the Yorkshire Wildlife Park. The Wildlife Park in South Yorkshire is one of the top wildlife attractions in the North of England, attracting nearly 400,000 visitors a year to see rare species such as Siberian tigers, Amur Leopards and African hunting dogs.
Two lightweight construction systems developed by Knauf – one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of lightweight building materials and systems – are being employed to build one of the country’s latest Energy from Waste plants and so accelerate construction and reduce costs while meeting the strictest standards of fire protection.
The stunning new £60m events venue, Glow, Bluewater in Kent shows off both the extraordinary versatility of Knauf Drywall’s Apertura plasterboard and its outstanding acoustic performance.
Premier Inn’s “Good Night Guarantee” is now reinforced by the outstanding sound insulation provided by the innovative Brio system of easily installed dry floor screed boards.
Knauf Aquapanel Interior is being used extensively as part of the multi-million-pound refurbishment of a five-star Scottish hotel nestling in the shadow of the historical Edinburgh Castle. The market-leading glass fibre reinforced cement tile backer board is being used to line the walls of 269 luxury bathrooms at the Sheraton Grand Hotel and Spa, where its immense strength will ensure that heavy opulent tiling stays firmly in place – even in the wettest conditions.
Construction of a £35 million mixed-use development in Chester was streamlined by minimising drywall partition types and simplifying inventory requirements on site. Using the Knauf system approach, specialist subcontractors Mansell Finishes built the majority of separating and partition walls at the new HQ Chester with one type of steel stud and three types of high performance 15mm plasterboard.
Knauf Aquapanel Interior is being used extensively as part of the multi-million-pound refurbishment of a five-star Scottish hotel nestling in the shadow of the historical Edinburgh Castle.