Keystone Linings was the sole provider of the wall and ceiling panels for the Nunawading Railway Station major works of the $140 million Commonwealth and Victorian government project. Large volumes of wall and ceiling panels were requested, and Keystone Acoustics met all requirements, facilitating the prompt completion of the project.
"Victorian Public Transport Minister Lynn Kosky said the project also improved the amenity of the area with soaring roof canopies above the station... acoustic treatments on the walls and the timber on the underside of the canopies".
The featured KEY-PLY wall and ceiling panels (with Tasmanian Oak natural timber veneer) are designed by Keystone Acoustics to create a natural and organic timber appearance. A variety of aesthetics can be created with pre-finishes including metallic, wood grain and pearl effects with a variety of perforation patterns and borders. For Nunawanding Railway Station, a KEY-TONE clear Exterior grade polyurethane finish was chosen.
Key features and benefits of the Keystone Acoustics KEY-PLY wall and ceiling panels include:
- Natural feel and warmth of timber
- Low embodied energy
- Thermal Insulating Properties
- Versatile in design and shape
- Impact resistant
These wall and ceiling panels are typically used in the following applications:
- High traffic area walls
- Building entrances and foyers
- High impact wall linings