Keystone Linings was involved in a massive school project in Adelaide, providing a range of materials including exterior linings, MDF and plywood.

Located just north of the Adelaide CBD on Frome Road, in close proximity to the University of South Australia, University of Adelaide, the Adelaide Zoo and the Adelaide Botanical Gardens, the Adelaide Botanic High School is the capital city’s latest state-of-the-art high school. In development since 2015, the school is scheduled to be opened in early 2019. The $100-million project will initially cater to year 8 and 9 students, with the school growing to a number of around 1250 by 2021.

Keystone Linings worked with Cox Architecture and DesignInc Adelaide, alongside the builders, Lend Lease and installers Ceiling & Wall Cabinet Makers and John Reuther Cabinet Makers.

Keystone Linings supplied a huge range of materials, including Key-Kompress solid white exterior linings; Key-Lena black core MDF with Tasmanian Oak veneer; Key-Lena standard MDF with Tasmanian Oak veneer; custom Key-Ply black film-faced perforated plywood; and Key-Lena Palette Series Ebony perforated panels with 2 pac clear finish.