Like every other institute of learning, the University of Bristol has to provide world class educational facilities, but also find new revenue streams. One such area is the provision of commercial conference space. This of course brings an extra pressure in the quality of the space provided to fee paying delegates.

The atmosphere of the large open atrium was dependant on controlling the level of reverberation, without compromising on the architectural finish. Working closely with the Main Contractors Site Team, Architect and Client, UK Acoustic Systems were involved in the specification for the new Atrium Feature Wall, along with all complex detailing, including expansion joints, louvres and display cabinets.

UK Acoustic Systems worked closely with Vinci Construction, to carry out the Absorb-R GypLine αw treatment to the Atrium Feature Wall at the University. Soundis Absorb-R GypLine αw system was installed to give a very desirable natural white stippled effect, combined with a highly absorbent functional wall spanning the length and height of the building, rising a full 5 floors.

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Vinci Construction
System installed
Soundis Absorb-R GypLine αw
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