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Science Park, Bristol
Bath and Bristol Science Park
Completed in 2011, the 7.8 million redevelopment of Bath and Bristol Science Park was led by Aedas Architects and developed by Wilmott Dixon. This project was built to provide sustainable, energy efficient office and lab facilities for varied job requirements. The main building features the innovation centre and includes exhibition space, dining and conference facilities as well as a car park. This development was awarded a BREEAM rating of “excellent” and also won the 2012 BCO Regional Commercial workplace award.
Using 44 x 19 mm Siberian Larch panels, BCL provided an external ceiling over insect mesh in order to protect the timber from wildlife, and internal walls and ceiling system over acoustic fabric for the building, spanning over 738 m2. The system included 44 x 18 mm Larch soffits, scribed between vertical fin details. All panels were treated with a factory applied lacquer to achieve class 1 fire protection, which will require no maintenance. As per any BCL panel system, we required support throughout to ensure all work was delivered to the highest standard. The system was manufactured off site in order to reduce both on site waste and installation times.