Updated: 09 January 2024

Acoustic louvres – Warburton Road Project

The Warburton Road acoustic louvres project has been a recent highlight for Kirsty Newton, Technical Sales for Kingfisher Louvres. Here we ask Kirsty a few questions on the project:

Why is this project a highlight for you?
Working with our client Bulgroup is always a pleasure. This was a very smooth project from start to finish.

Tell us more about the project?
The project was a mixed-use development comprising 58 residential apartments and commercial space with amenities which included a cinema, gym and roof terrace.

What type of louvres were used and why?
Initially we quoted for our standard screening louvres but as the project progressed and the specification was reviewed it became apparent that acoustic louvres would be needed to attenuate sound so our KA270/35 Acoustic Louvres in RAL 7024 graphite grey were proposed and approved.

Images courtesy of Bulgroup Ltd

When were these installed?
They were installed by Bulgroup in November this year.

What is it that you particularly enjoyed about working on this project?
Assisting the design team at Bulgroup and ensuring they had all the necessary technical information to design the louvres in a timely manner.

Were there any challenges?
For an acoustic louvre project, which can sometimes be more complex, this particular project ran very smoothly from the initial enquiry to the order being placed and despatched. I feel this was down to excellent, clear communication between ourselves and the client, Bulgroup.