Suspended ceilings are important features in most buildings and can offer aesthetic, acoustic and environmental solutions.
A standard grid system can be used to hide building infrastructure by creating a space above the dropped ceiling, while allowing access for repairs and inspections.
Ceiling tiles fit into the grid system and are offered in many different sizes, colours and materials (mineral wool, wood, or metal) to meet the client’s specification.
There are many options available to meet the varying sound attenuation requirements. Many manufacturers of modern dropped ceilings include sustainability as an objective.
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Project: Tombola Offices
High Level Contracts Ltd worked on the new HQ for Tombola Bingo company, installing partitions and ceilings throughout the open-plan offices. We fitted a Hunter Douglas solid wood grille system in American white oak which provided an amazing design feature in the main atrium staircase.View our project
Project: Spanish City
We were proud to be involved in the multi award-winning restoration of the iconic Spanish City Dome in Whitley Bay. The regeneration of Whitley Bay and Spanish City is part of a wider strategy to regenerate the whole of North Tyneside’s coast.View our project
Project: Plummer House
Built in 1910, Plummer House on Market Street in Newcastle was famously known for housing Tilley’s, which held tea-dances in its ballroom. The property, which until September 2012 had been Chapman’s Furniture store, was to be transformed into student accommodation like no other.View our project
Client: Gallfiord Try
Project: Maiden Castle Sports Centre
High Level Contracts are working for Galliford Try to create a major new £31 million sports and wellbeing facility at Durham University’s Maiden Castle complex.View our project