Ortech Walkable Suspended Ceiling for Italy
A new Greenfield manufacturing plant has begun construction in Italy. The Durra Walkable Ceiling is used throughout the entire ceiling area of the facility, approximately 22,000 m2. The Durra Walkable Ceiling is FM (Factory Mutual) approved as a Class 1 fire resistant product with a CE Declaration of Conformity. The combination of high strength, long term reliability, impact and fire resistance provide an excellent solution to atmosphere controlled and clean room environment facilities.
Ortech at Internoise 2014
Ortech Industries is pleased to announce we are once again Gold Sponsors for this years' Acoustic Conference, Internoise 2014. Internoise is the 43rd International Congress and Exposition on Noise Control Engineering hosted by the Australian Acoustical Society at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre - November the 16th to the 19th. Be sure to drop by and say hello to the team and have a look around for what is another well organised conference with an exceptional turn out of exhibitors and delegates. It is also very fitting to say that this years venue just happens to be covered by our very own high performance Durra Panelised Roof and Ceiling system. Hope to see you there.
St. Josephs College Trade Training Centre - Geelong
The Trade Training Centre at St Josephs College Geelong has been completed. Award Winning Architects McGlashan Everist undertook the project, incorporating the Durra acoustic roof/ceiling system. Durra Acoustic Pattern Panel is used in environments like this for noise control, impact resistance and low maintenance. In conjunction with Durra Steel Sections, Section J thermal requirements are easily achieved. The new centre features a Building - Construction and Carbon Management workshop where students will now be able to study Certificate II & III qualifications.
2015 Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show
Ortech Industries is once again proud to be associated with the 2015 Kids Under Cover Cubby House Challenge.
Drop on by to see one of our cabins on display which are used by the Kids Under Cover programme.
The 2015 Kids Under Cover Cubby House Challenge will be held at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show (MIFGS) from March 25-29 2015.
The Cubby House Challenge brings together members of the building industry to design, build and decorate highly creative and unique children's cubby houses for public viewing and subsequent public auction.
For all details on how to get involved and to place a pre-bid on one of the cubbies,
Pictured above is Ortech Industries General Manager, Ron Scherwinksi with Victorian State Premier,
The Honourable Daniel Andrews.
Transport of the full sized Kids Under Cover modular studio, manufactured and
supplied by Ortech Industries.
A look inside the featured Ortech Industries Studio.
Ortech Grand Slams Noise At Margaret Court Arena
Margaret Court Arena has taken a step forward with a major redevelopment well under way with one of the new features, a fully enclosed Arena with a retractable roof.
Ortech Industries have been working with the design team on an Acoustic roof system that will accompany the pleated roof design. The Australian Made Durra Roof System provides an acoustic envelope to contain noise within the arena and keep rain noise out.
During construction, a safe and fast assembly of the Ortech system will be completed in modules on the ground. It is then craned into position and fixed onto the structure, providing a safe trafficable ceiling that allows for other trades to follow through below.
Ortech have a long track record for providing exceptional acoustic control in landmark sports and entertainment precincts Australia wide. We all look forward to a successful outcome for the home of the Australian Open.
QGC’s Northern Water Treatment Plant Project QLD – Durra Panelised Acoustic Roof and Wall Systems
QGC’s Northern Water Treatment Plant Project near Wandoan QLD is nearing half way through completion. The project consists of 2 water treatment buildings and is a part of QGC’s Water management strategy to make water treated for beneficial use for local landholders, industry and communities. Working with project contractors Laing O’Rourke, Ortech Industries have specifically designed a 6th Generation Lifting Frame that is capable of lifting full height panelised acoustic roof and wall modules of nominal 16m high x 9m wide. The modules are assembled on the ground complete with the building’s roof or wall cladding and fittings prior to crane hoisting onto the structure. This innovative panelised method of construction eliminates 90% of the risks associated with working at heights and compresses build time. Durra Panel was faced with a perforated anticon before being placed into the grid, easily achieving the acoustic requirements for sound absorption, as well as break out noise control. Contractor installers Q-Clad Pty Ltd were able to safely cover the 5000m2 building envelope within 3 weeks. A corner stone objective of Ortech is to satisfy the ever growing need for sustainable innovative construction techniques combined with modular solutions and pre fabrication – Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) methodology.