On Tuesday 6th of June Integra, Isg and Allford Hall Monaghan & Morris representatives attended the annual FIS Awards at The Dorchester Hotel in London having entered the 6 Pancras Square Project for the Suspended Ceilings category.

In recent years this has been an incredibly strong category with smaller projects generally taking the honours, so Integra were pleased to have been shortlisted.

As the announcement was made to say that Integra and AHMM were to be awarded the Gold Award we were absolutely thrilled!

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The judges were particularly impressed with the use of new products to the UK market and their integration into a ceiling system.  The ultimate challenge was to ensure that these new products were capable of achieving the minimal tolerances that we work to on a day to day basis

The environmental and quality benefits of designing various ceiling systems that could be delivered to site and installed without the need of on site cutting also impressed the judges.  This principal requires extensive upfront design, but the benefits are reflected in the final product and programme improvements

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Close collaboration between the design teams of both AHMM and Integra enabled the AHMM vision and design to become a practical reality, and the effect achieved provides a unique workspace for the end user

The use of textured ceiling materials along with specialist lighting gives relaxed feel to the communal areas

During the design stage we attempted to ensure that the end product was user friendly for future use.  This was achieved by substituting heavier materials with lighter more manageable components

Award Presentation

Briony Paul (AHMM) and Ben Crompton (Integra) receiving the award from Paul Aubrey (SAS) and John Lloyd (guest speaker)

Integra would like to thank all at AHMM and ISg for their support throughout the design and installation stage.This is a project that we are truly proud of, and the principals of design and collaboration will be continued on all future works of this nature.