Metal stud partition wall construction
Stud frame partitioning is a building method used for both commercial and large-scale residential projects that don't require load-bearing walls. A stud partition wall may be built with timber, metal, glass, brick, plaster slab or even concrete
Metal stud shaft/riser wall construction
ShaftWall provides a lightweight, fire resistant structure to protect elements in confined spaces wherever access is limited to one side only.
Drywall, also called wallboard, any of various large rigid sheets of finishing material used in drywall construction to face the interior walls of dwellings and other buildings.
Suspended ceilings are a type of finish in which the ceiling is hung from the ceiling structure of your building. It can be suspended from the actual roof, or a ceiling deck consisting of structural framing joints. Most suspended ceilings consist of mineral fibre acoustic tiles and a steel grid system.
The act of covering something to stop heat, sound, or electricity from escaping or entering.
Cavity barriers are blocks of fire resistant material that are installed in these cavities to prevent fire spreading through a building
Method that safely and economically seals and encloses exposed hazardous material surfaces.
Wall Lining System
A wall lining system is a common way of dry lining a wall, providing a smooth internal surface that can be designed and decorated into a living or working space. Wall lining systems are usually metal and consist of three main components: Wall liner tracks. Wall liner studs. Fixing brackets.
Plastering is the process of covering rough walls and uneven surfaces in the construction of houses and other structures with a plastic material, called plaster, which is a mixture of lime or cement concrete and sand along with the required quantity of water.
Semi-exposed soffit linings
What is the purpose of a soffit board? Soffits are boards used to close off the underside of common rafters when used in roof construction. Also known as soffit boards, they are mostly fixed horizontally but occasionally they can be fixed directly to the underside of the common rafter in which case they are known as sloping soffits.
Steel Frame System
Steel frame systems (SFS) are modern structural systems which are designed for the easy, fast construction of modern framed buildings. They allow steel columns, steel beams and other structural components to be assembled in a framing pattern.
Fire stopping, also known as compartmentation, is a fundamental part of passive fireproofing. It refers to the process of filling openings and joints between walls and floors with fire-resistant material, inhibiting the spread of fire between 'compartments' within a building.