The National Automotive Innovation Centre (or NAIC), is a new £120million building now renamed the Lord Bhattacharyya Building at the University of Warwick. This is part of the expansion of the WMG. Achieving BREEAM: Excellent & spread out over 33,000 square metres. The NAIC was a large and intricate build for CGR, with complex details & a large number of packages. All utilising the new BiMSpace software.
CGR’s scope included the British Gypsum partitions, with specialist ceilings supplied by SAS. This utilised both the clip-in & plank systems along with; bespoke metal panelling installed to the walls, Profab riser doors, acoustic timber ceilings, Metsec SFS to form ballustrading with a Sto acoustic render finish & Sto External Render.