The access floor system selected for a new building at the Australian International School (AIS) in Singapore met the sustainability objectives of the project.

The AIS campus is a bright, airy and semi-modern building with large pod spaces for group work. A new Senior building opened in 2011 to accommodate Year 10, 11 and 12 students incorporates private study spaces, nearly 40 classrooms and a new Science, Art, Music and Technology area.

The school sought to create an ‘eco-friendly working environment’ for their students. The ultra fix system by ASP Access Floors fit the scope as it’s made from 97% recycled content and is easily adjusted and maintained.

ASP’s steel cementitious ultra fix system with a 3.0kN loading and 150mm FFH was installed in the new wing at the school.