Ross Purcell’s division have recently completed the successful handover of the Gilead Project in Cambridge. The project was headed up by Jay Hollis who was ably assisted by Mick Turvill having recently turned his back on a star studded fixing career to join the dark side of management.
The project consisted of the suspended ceiling and partition package. This included feature ash ceilings and cladding The key to the successful installation of the above ceiling was the co-ordination with service trades to ensure the specialist lighting sat correctly upon installation of the baffles The effect of the ceiling and surrounding areas create a fantastic communal breakout space.
The ash fluting to the double height reception space and throughout the lift lobbies is a striking natural look that sits well within the light and airy surroundings.
The office area ceilings are made up of SAS System 330 and plasterboard margins. The setting out of these areas was crucial with cylindrical lighting features integrated throughout.
Integra are sure that both Isg and Gilead are pleased with the exceptional quality of design and installation delivered throughout the project.