Armstrong’s Recycled Ceilings

Work is drawing to a close on the installation of more than 80,000m² of ceiling tiles on the largest construction project in Peterborough since the cathedral was built 800 years ago. And thanks to an industry-leading off-cut recycling scheme operated by interior solutions provider Armstrong Ceilings, some 8,000m² or 32 tons of the manufacturer’s tiles – equivalent to the weight of two double-decker buses - have been saved from landfill. Architects Nightingale Associates approved the use of Armstrong’s Bioguard Plain mineral tiles, which contain fungicides and biocides which actively combat harmful fungi, mold and mildew, yeasts and bacteria, throughout the new 612-bed major acute hospital that is the largest element of the £335 million Greater Peterborough Health Investment Plan.


Materialized by

William Moore

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