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Newman University College

A campus redeveloped

Newman University invested £20million in redeveloping parts of the campus, including a new state-of-the-art library, entrance (St Chad Building) and teaching spaces, all of which were completed in 2012.

Project details

We installed a total of 3,000 sq m, comprised of medium grade RMG panels and DRF heavy grade panels. The entrance building, library, research centre and student services now benefit from our floor panels. The main building features a bespoke specification of access flooring connecting the new entrance to the existing teaching space.

The building continues to win universal praise for its inspirational use of space and in 2012 picked up a ‘Built in Quality Award’.

Owner:
Newman University College
Location:
Birmingham, West Midlands
System size:
3,000 sq m
Completion:
2012
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Features

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  • 3,000 sq m of RMG600 medium grade panels and DRF600 heavy grade panels
  • Complete flooring system across three floors
  • Accommodates under floor ductwork, gas and electrical pipework and cabling
  • Low noise thanks to good acoustic performance
  • FSC ® certified materials

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