Metal Ceilings

As with the mineral fibre type of ceiling, metal ceilings offer simple solutions for building designers. Added value, however, is provided by the longer life expectancy and robustness of the metal product.

Metal ceilings are widely used in office type developments and the retail sector. Our regular clients here are Sainsbury Supermarkets, Norwich Union Investments and John Lewis Partnership.

Metal ceilings can be adapted like any other lining either by being curved, waved or formed to any shape required by the designer. See SAS or Armstrong.

Project : Police Mutual Assurance Society (Lichfield)

Client : QinetiQ

Architect : Duval Brownhill Partnership

Main Contractor : HBG Construction (Midlands) Ltd

Project Overview

New build offices for PMAS HQ

Installation of new metal ceilings throughout office areas; feature waved metal ceiling and plasterboard feature bulkheads to atrium area.

SAS system 130 600 x 600mm plain metal ceiling tiles, standard T exposed grid system, SAS 600 x 600 system 150 feature wave ceiling. Plasterboard MF system ceilings and bulkheads.

<£100,000 £100,000 - £250,000 £250,000 - £500,000
£500,000 - £750,000 £750,000 - £1,000,000 >£1,000,000

6 weeks. Workforce between two and six men.

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