RNOH - Atrium Ceiling

The NHS Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore will soon greet it's patients and visitors to a new Atrium complete with a glass façade and internally finished solid wood ceiling.

MPG working with its client Balfour Beatty installed 350 m2 of Hunter Douglas Siberian Larch - the timber was installed with an acoustic fleece mounted onto Hunter Douglas demountable metal suspension rail system.

The Class O fire treated Larch is also treated with clear UV resistant varnish and has a tongue and groove edge detail to create a seamless finish. The timber ceiling creates an environmentally friendly and durable building combined with an authentic feel.

MPG as part of the overall contract were responsible for all drylining, ceilings and associates trades with a combined contract value in excess of £2M.