Designed by a local architect William Owen in 1895, Parr Hall is Cheshire’s only surviving professional concert hall which has hosted many a notable artist including The Rolling Stones, The Who and The Stone Roses who used it as the venue for their first comeback concert in 2013

Of the several rooms available for hire, one of the smaller meeting rooms presented significant noise reverberation issues due to the space’s high ceiling and hard surfaces of the walls and laminated floor. The room’s poor acoustics made it difficult to hear speakers and therefore restricted its use, leaving the room as a last resort – untapped and unused

As Parr Hall is a ‘listed building’, this presented its own issues and limitations as to what could be undertaken. Autex products were installed as they were the ideal match, able to provide a custom acoustic solution which would complement the existing décor and enhance the space without altering the structural features of the building

Autex Quietspace® Panel laminated with Vertiface® decorative fabric and Composition® Acoustic Fabric were chosen due to their superior sound absorbing properties and aesthetic


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Works well underway at Wellington 7&8 installing SAS International ceilings across 7 floors in both buildings working with Wates Group

Keep up the good work guys 👷🏗️

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