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Mineral, Metal, Wood, Resin & Fabric Ceilings.
Backed by 150 years of innovation, Armstrong World Industries Ltd is a global leader in supplying ceiling and wall solutions in market segments such as Office, Education, Health, Retail, Transport and Hospitality.
Armstrong remains a foremost name in the building industry, known and trusted for reliable quality & technological innovations. Armstrong’s offers a peerless portfolio of materials (mineral, metal, wood, resin and fabric) and systems (including TECH ZONE which guarantees the integration of services such as lighting, air handling, loudspeakers and chilled beams).
Armstrong can provide product specifications for a complete range of acoustic solutions (Intelligibility, Concentration and Confidentiality) such as mineral, wood, metal tiles and canopies to invisible in-ceiling speaker systems.
We also have a number of useful acoustic tools on our acoustic micro site. A ‘reverberation simulator’ which compares the different reverberation times of various tiles to help specifiers make the best choice for their desired sound quality and a ceiling selector, complete with in-situ tile images, to assist in making decisions about style and material. For further acoustic solutions visit www.acousticalceilings.co.uk and this is a link to Armstrong Ceilings CAD Components.
Armstrong sustainable innovations include the following recycling schemes:
End Of Life (EOL) Recycling Scheme.
Armstrong offers a free collection programme for refurbishment / strip out projects anywhere in the UK. The ceiling tiles are 100% recycled into the mix and are processed into new ceiling tiles.
Off Cut Recycling Scheme (OCR).
Off-cut ceiling tiles from new ceiling installations are stored on site in specially supplied bags and collected by Armstrong to be recycled into new ceiling tiles. All Armstrong metal ceilings are recyclable and contain up to 30% recycled material. Mineral Ceilings can contain up to 82% recycled content.
Design Bespoke Solutions: Armstrong Atelier
Armstrong Atelier is a portfolio of solutions designed to take the relationship between architect/designer and building interior solutions provider to unprecedented levels.
Armstrong Atelier comprises a specially recruited team of multi-talented, versatile experts comprising CAD designers, project managers and technical sales representatives and a portfolio of intelligent, efficient, cost-effective tailored ceiling and wall solutions for even the most challenging of creative and technical briefs.
Armstrong Atelier’s multi material standard, customised and bespoke solutions can be previewed on the new dedicated website www.armstrong-atelier.eu
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Acoustic Guide Active Acoustics
Acoustic ceiling tiles
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Acoustic Guide General
ARMSTRONG CEILINGS Suspended Acoustic Ceiling Tiles Document E Building Regulations
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AlphaCLASS Wall Frames
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Armstong Education Brochure
ARMSTRONG CEILINGS Acoustic Tiles
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Armstrong Braced Fabric Canopy
Fabric Canopy X - Braced
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ARMSTRONG CEILINGS Healthcare brochure
Ceiling tiles for hospitals and hygienic environments
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ARMSTRONG CEILINGS TECH ZONE brochure
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Armstrong Frameless Fabric Canopy
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Armstrong Island Ceiling & Walls Brochure
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Armstrong Wood Concealed Ceiling Leaflet
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Armstrong Wood Veneers Chart
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Axiom Canopy Brochure
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Ceilings Catalogue 2012
ARMSTRONG CEILINGS Technical Information Suspended ceiling tiles products selector
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Clean Room Brochure
ARMSTRONG CEILINGS Suspended Hygienic Ceiling Tiles
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CoolZone Technical Brochure
metal ceiling tiles
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Grid brochure UK
Armstrong Ceilings Suspension Systems
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ARMSTRONG CEILINGS Suspended free hanging curved canopies
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Island Ceiling Brochure
ARMSTRONG CEILINGS free hanging ceiling tiles
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Mesh Metal Ceiling
Suspended Ceiling Tiles
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Metal Ceiling & Walls
ARMSTRONG CEILINGS Metal Suspended Ceiling Tiles
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Metal Premium OP19
ARMSTRONG CEILINGS TILES Steel suspended ceiling panels
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Metal System Overview
ARMSTRONG CEILINGS Perforated Suspended Ceiling Tiles
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New Environment Brochure
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ARMSTRONG CEILINGS curved suspended canopy
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Overview Ceilings UK
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Suspension Ceiling & Wall Catalogue 2013 / 2014
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Suspension systems overview
ARMSTRONG CEILINGS Tiles
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Armstrong Ceilings heads up our bright green city
Armstrong Ceilings heads up our bright green city
Armstrong displays its bright green building solutions through a new interactive knowledge port.
An interactive knowledge port that gives architects and interior designers all the help they need to specify a green building, all in one place, has been launched by Armstrong Ceilings.
“Our bright green city” knowledge port is designed to complement Armstrong’s www.armstrong-ceilings.co.uk/greenbuilding website and environmental brochure but in an even more dynamic and visually stunning medium.
Animated videos and digital brochures visually demonstrate how specifiers can achieve energy savings, simplify waste management, reduce environmental impact and enhance indoor environment through Armstrong Ceilings‘ products and solutions, and back these up with case studies.
Energy savings can be achieved through Armstrong’s CoolZone system which incorporates phase change material into the company’s metal tiles to store and release thermal energy and save on air conditioning. Ceilings with high light reflectance that are capable of energy savings of up to 20% and island ceilings for thermal mass construction are also identified as ways in which energy can be saved.
Simplifying waste management is achieved through the use of Armstrong’s two post-consumer recycling schemes – one for off-cuts as new tiles are installed on site and one for tiles at the end of their life. Both schemes recycle the tiles back into the mix at Armstrong’s production facility in Gateshead.
Reducing environmental impact is gained through explaining the environmental benefits of Armstrong’s mineral, metal and wood ceiling tiles and grid systems.
And enhancing the indoor environment is attained through explaining which tiles are appropriate for acoustic and visual comfort and indoor air quality to clean room standards.
Five European case studies show how projects ranging from offices through hospitals to showrooms and university cafes benefit from this one-stop approach to specifying green ceiling solutions.
A recognised pioneer in green practices, Armstrong’s sustainability programme meets BREEAM criteria on multiple levels (the company is the only UK manufacturer with a BRE Ecopoint profile, currently scored at 0.10) as well as Ska’s good practice ratings.
Armstrong’s interactive bright green presentation can be booked through the technical support team on email@example.com.
Daiwa banks on Armstrong’s metal Ceilings
Daiwa banks on Armstrong’s metal Ceilings
Armstrong metal Ceilings are being used throughout the refurbishment of a listed London office building.
Work is drawing to a close on the installation of more than 5,000m² of Armstrong metal Ceilings as part of the refurbishment of a listed London gem.
Armstrong’s micro-perforated Microlook 8 metal tiles with acoustic fleece are being suspended from a steel-based Microline grid.which combines an exposed sleeve for a clean and crisp visual with a practical fluted reveal for flexibility in partition fixing and relocation. This is the first use in the UK of this system.
It was the system’s functionality, as well as its aesthetics, cost-effectiveness and availability that appealed to main contractor IOR who was commissioned by the Japanese investment bank Daiwa Capital Markets for the refurbishment of its 27,300m² European HQ on King William Street, EC4.
The building’s stunning listed neo classical façade and reception area required restoration and a more contemporary feel but the most demanding part of the project was the “open heart surgery” required in relation to the strip out and replacement of the M&E while the building was still “alive”.
Two distinct operations are running in parallel as part of the surgery to provide a Category B fit-out of five floors and WCs on a consecutive sequence, requiring two moves of the dealing floor. Vital organ transplants involved the total removal of a VAV system and associated plant and replacing it with a FCU system.
Further extractions include chillers, AHUs, ductwork LTHW, CHW, UPSs, LV switch panels, generator, boilers and pumps – a complex series of temporary connections to old plant and reconnections to new, while maintaining total integrity of the dealing comms room infrastructure.
IOR senior designer Lisa Stables said: “All these works are being carried out while the roof is re-weathered and the listed façade repaired and cleaned. Logistical skills and sensitivity combine to deliver a fascinating project and restoration of London’s gems to its former glory. Daiwa’s desire to minimise its carbon footprint during this process has also played a key part in the procurement strategy.”
She added: “We specified the Armstrong metal systems because they are cost effective with a good lead time. They are being used almost everywhere as they are very functional but also give a clean and a crisp aesthetic.”
The Armstrong metal systems were supplied by SIG Southwark and are being installed by Meronden who has had a team of 16 on site since summer 2012. The project is due for completion this summer.