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Commercial Case Study

University of Auckland Clocktower building renovation

With its distinctive clock tower and ornate windows, the ClockTower Building at the University of Auckland is one of the city's most significant and beautiful heritage buildings. So it was no s...

The existing timber floor system with its squeaky floorboards was repaired, and a new Tascor raised floor added. This was then carpeted.

New acoustic walls were also built "Wavebar heavy vinyl insulation was then placed within the ceiling cavities, and the hollow timber beams were injected with insulation that has minimal effect on the wood.

Acoustic solutions for the renovated ClockTower Building at the University of Auckland, by Earcon Acoustics, included injected insulation in heritage beams, direct fixed Asona panels and a Tascor raised floor.

The refurbishment of interiors in the ClockTower Building at the University of Auckland included practical acoustic solutions by Earcon Acoustics designed for minimal impact on heritage features.

New acoustic walls were also built," says Sami. "Wavebar heavy vinyl insulation was then placed within the ceiling cavities, and the hollow timber beams were injected with insulation that has minimal effect on the wood.

Story by: Trendsideas

15 Jul, 2015