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Below is a selection of Case Studies giving details of various projects where products from the InstaFloor ranges have been installed. These can be viewed on screen or downloaded as PDFs.
Completed in 2016, this installation at Marshall Field Garden Apartments in Chicago is, to date, the largest ever project to use InstaLay, the self-adhesive acoustic flooring installation system.
When the Una Pizza Restaurant in St Ives, Cornwall, required new flooring there were several important requirements, all of which InstaLay was able to meet.
Wallacespace provides serviced offsite meeting spaces for training, events, seminars, conferences and meetings. At its most recently opened facility, a converted Victorian warehouse in Spitalfields, east London, InstaLay was used to install new engineered oak flooring.
The yoga studio at the prestigious Equinox Fitness Club in South Kensington, London, was having its flooring upgraded and wanted a rapid installation to minimise disruption to the Club’s activities.
Built in the Beorma Quarter of Birmingham, UK, named after the 7th century founder of the city, the stylish new four star Adagio Aparthotel is only the second of this international chain to have opened in the UK.
When Clarks International replaced the floor at its store at Clarks Village, Street, Somerset, they required superior cushioned flooring in the children’s fitting area.
When Bon Ami, an exclusive men’s fashion retail outlet, relocated within the Nelson Mandela Square shopping complex, Sandton City, South Africa, the flooring needed to be upgraded.
In Leeds, The Roomzzz Hotel, part of a small but growing chain of boutique hotels, required new flooring in the reception area.
At Holland Green, a prestige residential development in West London for developers Chelsfield, all apartments have been fitted with InstaCoustic’s quality acoustic flooring combined with an integral, high performance underfloor heating system.
Part of the Croydon Vision 2020 regeneration programme, Saffron Square is a major new mixed use development incorporating a landmark 43 storey tower with multi-coloured exterior lighting, six different low rise blocks and a landscaped public square flanked by cafes, bars and shops.
As part of a major building and refurbishment programme at Hampton Academy, new flooring was required on the ground and first floors of the original school block.
A 1960’s former office building at Gatwick Airport’s south terminal has been completely stripped out and converted into a new five storey 245 bedroom BLOC hotel.
Southfield Lodge, a three storey 1970’s block built around a courtyard, has undergone a complete refurbishment and upgrade to all of its one and two bedroom flats.
InstaCoustic completed a major, high profile contract at the Athletes’ Village for the London Olympics, home to over 14,000 athletes and officials and 4,200 during the Paralympic Games.
Broadway Plaza is a mixed use redevelopment and regeneration of the buildings and surrounding site of the former children’s hospital close to the centre of Birmingham.
The £350,000 contract to supply acoustic flooring for the residential conversion of the Rotunda was won by InstaFloor
At the Kushido Karate Club in Scherpenzeel, The Netherlands, a new 100m2 sprung floor using InstaCradle sports cradles was recently installed in the Dojo, a room used for martial arts activities such as karate, judo, aikido or jiu-jitsu.
Blackfriars Circus is a prestigious new development by Barratt Homes, in the London Borough of Southwark.
A new sports hall called the Life Arena, built in Uppsala, Sweden, has been fitted with a high performance InstaSport SP18 sprung sports floor.
This project at Uxbridge College, Middlesex, involved demolishing parts of an existing building and extending it to house a new reception area, refectory and offices with two new dance studios above them on the first floor.
When Liverpool Hope University decided to build a major extension to its main sports hall, CMC Flooring was approached to provide a slim floor system in order to match the height of the existing floor.
At the new leisure centre in Huddersfield the main sports hall is constructed to competition standard, capable of hosting major regional and national competitions and attracting large audiences.