The Project – Raised Access Flooring London.
The building features nearly 2,000 m2 of bespoke gravity lay raised floor panels. These are manufactured by Bathgate Flooring in our UK manufacturing facility. They supplied panels with a real maple lacquered finish, adding to the building beauty and bespoke design features.
Initial meetings with Roger Zogolovitch from the multi award winning practice Solidspace allowed Permaflor to design and manufacture a truly beautiful product that was not only practicable but carried through the architects and Roger’s visualization.
100 Union Street is the culmination of an extensive planning and designing process.
The development forms part of the enduring collaboration between the multi-award winning teams of architect Simon Alford at AHMM and developer Roger Zogolovitch at Solidspace.
The Architects AHMM, Winners of more than 250 awards including the Stirling Prize, AHMM have been going for over 20 years and pride themselves on their innovative buildings that are delightful to use, beautiful to look at and easy to understand.
The complete development sees 4 floors of fully accessible maple finished raised floors manufactured to the PSA MOB PF2 PS/SPU British Standard Bathgate Flooring under the Permaflor brand. The complete installation included a full aluminum entrance mat bought and installed by Paragon Mat–Works and the complete raised floor was installed to an extremely high standard by SJ Durman Flooring.
The raised floor panel was produced to the PSA MOB PF2 PS/SPU Medium Grade British standard in a sandwich construction with galvanised steel on both the top and bottom surfaces.
The bespoke Maple timber finish was factory bonded to the top before being finished and trimmed in the edge banding machine in a 3mm blue ABS edging which match the RAL colour on other finishes within the building.
Oversize panels were used at perimeters where cuts would have been less than 300mm to keep in line with the PSA specification.
The panels were mounted on H range PSA (MOB PF2 PS/SPU) rated pedestals which were adhered directly to the concrete subfloor.
- Architect: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris with Roger Zogolovitch of SolidSpace
- Owner: Lake Estates
- Contractor: 8Build
- Location: Union Street, London SE1, UK
- System Size: 1,946 sq. m.
- Completion: October 2017
- Installation: 6 Weeks