A suspended grid system from Armstrong Ceiling Solutions has been used on a building forming part of a council’s biggest-ever capital investment programme.

Some 3,500m2 of Armstrong’s quick-to-install DGS (Drywall Grid System) was specified for the state-of-the-art £13 million New Dumbarton Care Home, designed by Cooper Cromar Architects for West Dumbarton Council in conjunction with development partner hub West Scotland.

The DGS suspension system used gives the project a complete wall-to-wall ceiling solution. It complements more than 1,400m2 of Armstrong’s 600 x 600 Bioguard Plain board tiles installed with 24mm exposed grid, Armstrong’s 600 x 600 Optima Vector tiles with 24mm exposed grid, and Armstrong’s 1200 x 300 metal Bioguard Plain tiles with acoustic fleece.

Armstrong systems were installed by FIS member and Armstrong’s Green Omega Brian Hendry Interiors.