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Highly awarded Gyprock fabricator Roger Bailey of Bailey Interiors recently worked with the Northern Territory Government to help solve a long-term issue with failing ceiling systems in their educational facilities.
Mr Bailey, who manufactures a large range of ceiling tiles using Gyprock Casting Plaster, created custom tiles to solve the long running problems with Palmerston Special Education Facility, and utilised their Shadex 600mm x 600mm acoustic ceiling tiles at Darwin High School.
“Gyprock casting Plaster is perfect for crafting unique and complex panel designs to any architectural specification,” Roger Bailey, Bailey Interiors
Selected because they offered the highest available acoustic rating, these tiles provide an attractive ceiling solution with high acoustic performance to reduce noise transfer and sound reverberation.
“Gyprock casting Plaster is perfect for crafting unique and complex panel designs to any architectural specification,” Mr Bailey explains.
“Acoustics are fundamentally important to learning environments, as poor acoustics can have a detrimental effect on students’ academic performance and teachers’ vocal health. Plaster ceiling tiles effectively reduce ambient noise and are some of the most efficient sound products on the market today,” Mr Bailey adds.
Work was completed on both facilities in August 2016.