The impact of Covid-19 is set to change the way buildings are ventilated and cooled. The virus could result in a move away from conventional, recirculating air conditioning systems to more innovative solutions such as radiant chilled ceilings and displacement ventilation to help minimise its transmission in new buildings.Read more
The new complex will cover an area of approximately 200,000 square-meters and includes an entertainment area, aquarium and multiplex cinema. SAS International have been invited to work on this highly complex project, which will require numerous SAS ceiling systems to achieve the client’s desired result.
It is impossible to forecast the actual situation UK businesses will face in January 2021. We have planned for the worst case, whilst hoping for the best. Our priority is to ensure that we can service you, our customers, in the event that no agreement is reached with the EU, causing problems with the import and export of raw materials and finished products.
The impact of Covid-19 is set to change the way buildings are ventilated and cooled. The virus could result in a move away from conventional, recirculating air conditioning systems to more innovative solutions such as radiant chilled ceilings and displacement ventilation to help minimise its transmission in new buildings.
Acoustics is a complicated subject, but in an office environment, the most significant consideration is that hard surfaces reflect sound while softer surfaces absorb it. Hence the ubiquity of office carpets and fabric-covered screening.
The inclusion of such materials helps, although in our new, super-clean, wipe-down world they are likely to be a lot less popular.
As an element of nervousness understandably surrounds the return to the office, an immediate move toward enclosed and protected spaces is likely.
SAS has designed desktop and standalone Personal Space Management partitions as prefabricated solutions that can be quickly and easily installed on any office desk, crucially enabling offices to adapt ahead of reopening.
We believe the pandemic will accelerate the move towards genuinely people-focused design. And by “people-focused” we mean a focus on the individual – designing workspaces that accommodate the needs of each and every person rather than considering office workers as a herd.
Our in-house teams have been developing products that not only contribute to the global effort of social distancing but aid in building confidence in those that will soon return to premises such as their workplace, service provider or retail outlets.
In response to the current COVID-19 situation, we have already taken a number of precautionary measures to ensure we can continue to support our customers and their businesses, as well as keeping our team safe.
Apprentices Ben West, Lauren Gracie and Declan Mine who have been crowned the winners of the Scottish Apprenticeship Challenge! Using the skills they developed during the course of their apprenticeship, the team created the stunning anamorphic sculpture.
Workplace design has been revolutionised. Since the Googles, Yahoos and Hubspots of this world concluded that attracting talent meant making their workspaces fun nothing has been quite the same – and that goes for ceiling design: in spades.
SAS International is delighted to announce that it is the first UK supporting partner for the Blue Building Institute (BBI). The Netherlands-based organisation exists to spread understanding and adoption of the WELL Building Standard.