Gooding Aluminium are a respected national and international supplier of a wide range of high quality aluminium sheets, aluminium profiles and ‘made to order’ aluminium products with ‘invisible fixing solutions.
Gooding Aluminium were the perfect supplier when Hackney Marshes, whom are famous for being the ‘grassroots’ in amateur football, had to update the facilities they provide to hundreds of players and spectators.
The London Borough of Hackney developed an ambitious vision for the site, recognising its community value and pivotal location adjacent to the Olympic Park. Features of the new building include community and spectator facilities on the first floor, with changing rooms located at ground-floor level with provision for disabled players.
Gooding Aluminium manufactured and supplied mill finish single and double folded perforated aluminium ceiling trays, throughout the corridors of the South Marsh Community Hub building project.
The aluminium ceiling panels are attached to specially produced aluminium angle with rivet nut fixings. The rivet nut fixings provide an excellent solution where components are joined together to form a solid anchor, providing a clean finish to the ceiling panels without damaging the material’s surface.
The ceiling panels were installed throughout the corridors that connect 27 changing rooms in the hub. With its excellent corrosion resistance, mill aluminium (untreated) was selected as being the most suitable and cost effective finish for the ceiling panels.
Gooding Aluminium was established in 1979, their ceiling panels have been used for various different projects. Gooding Aluminium is a respected national and international supplier of ceiling panels as well as many other aluminium products.
To find out more about their ceiling panels, you can call 0208 692 2255 to speak to their team about ceiling panels or any other aluminium products.
If you would like to find out more about the ceiling panels and products used at Hackney Marshes, you can see more images of this award winning project by visiting www.goodingalum.com