Client Birmingham City University
As part of ongoing improvements to Birmingham City University, Associated Architects, together with Willmott Dixon, asked Planet Partitioning to put together a specification for internal partitioning in the new purpose-built Curzon Building on the BCU campus.
Work included creating frontages for lecture rooms, meeting rooms and offices for this six-storey building, in line with fire regulations. This came after completing the Parkside Building and refurbishing the adjacent building in the past.
Working with Associated Architects and Willmott Dixon, Planet designed and installed a combination of framed and frameless PURE20 single glazed demountable partitioning and PURE100 double glazed partitioning in the offices, meeting and lecture rooms, helping to meet strict sound attenuation requirements. Single and double glazed doors and several fire-rated screens feature throughout the building, alongside fire-rated and non fire-rated partitioning. Work completed in early 2015.