Megasorber acoustic panels were specified to provide acoustic insulation and thermal insulation. Dark Grey, Grey and White facing Megasorber acoustic panels were chosen to match the design scheme in this award-winning building. Non-combustible, water repellent, tough and durable are key features of the patented Soundmesh G8 facing material. The acoustic panels were butt joined and direct-fixed onto the concrete soffits with concrete pins.
Megasorber P100 panels were direct-fixed with concrete pins onto the concrete soffit, butt joint between panels. About 4,000m2 Megasorber P100 were installed.
The installation was completed in 2020.
,,The Andrew N. Liveris Building by Lyons and m3architecture won the Queensland Medallion, the highest honour bestowed at the Queensland Architecture Awards. The project also received the Jennifer Taylor Award for Educational Architecture, the Karl Langer Award for Urban Design and an Interior Architecture State Award.
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