Pacy and Wheatley Acoustics installed their Ambient Acoustic Plaster System in coordination of a major refurbishment of the British Medical Association Great Hall and Cafe areas by Wallis. The base of the BMA since 1925 originally designed by Sir Edwin lutyens.
BMA House, a grade II listed building set in the heart of London, a fantastically appointed facility offering a first class venue for conferences, corporate events, and weddings.
Hok International Architects, appointed designers for the major refurbishment. With the ornate original designs and colours, which required reproduction, the architect was to integrate modern methods to try to ensure the room was acoustically elevated by implementing Acoustic Absorption (noise), ensuring visitors and conference delegates could communicate clearly at normal speech levels.
Hok international together with Kier Construction contacted Pacy and Wheatley Acoustics to discuss our Ambient Acoustic Plaster System which would provide the necessary reverberation control affording the required ambient atmosphere. Kier Construction instructed Pacy and Wheatley Acoustics, who were to adopt the two specified and differing shades of blue, both of which were successfully reproduced and applied. The project was completed successfully on time and to budget.