SmartPly is set to revolutionise the way timber frame structures are designed and built with its latest technological innovation – the SmartPly VapAirTight structural OSB panel. With integrated vapour control properties and airtightness engineered into each panel, SmartPly VapAirTight has performed six times better than PassivHaus standard for air leakage, making it the ideal panel system for ultra-low energy buildings.
The Building Centre has once again turned to the versatility, strength and durability of SmartPly OSB3 for a new major summer exhibition about architectural, planning and engineering visualisation. Suitable for a variety of building applications, the smart, cost-effective and environmentally friendly SmartPly OSB3 panels have been used to build stands, displays and seating areas at ‘Drawn to the Future’ which runs from 23rd July - 3rd October.
Leading Irish timber panel manufacturer, Coillte Panel Products has supported an innovative design collaboration between four Irish architectural practices and Irish Design 2015 for the London Festival of Architecture.
SmartPly FR/FR Build OSB3 from Coillte Panel Products has been used as a flame retardant flooring solution within a new seven-storey, timber frame accommodation building for students of John Moores University and University of Liverpool.
Coillte Panel Products is pleased to announce that at the 2015 WPA Wood Protection Industry awards event, both SmartPly OSB and Medite MDF products were highly commended.
SmartPly ToughPly has been utilised as hoarding in a coastal site at Blyth, Northumberland.
Minister Tom Hayes marks the beginning of the upgrade to the SmartPly OSB mill in Waterford, Ireland.
The flexibility and durability of SmartPly OSB3 meant that it was the perfect material to help build and fit out a new indoor skate park for the young community of Gorey in County Wexford, Ireland.
The versatility of Coillte Panel Product’s SmartPly OSB3 board has been used to the full on the interior of a new restaurant in Waterford City, Ireland.
SmartPly SiteProtect was utilised as hoarding to protect the public from the essential works carried out at Putney Bridge, London. The hoarding, which was erected during the repairs, separated the site from the public thoroughfare, enabling the pedestrians and traffic to stay safe before the full reopening of the bridge on the 26th September.