Coleraine Campus is the latest project at the University of Ulster to install over 1,000 sqm of nora rubber floorings in its new restaurant. It is the second largest university in Ireland, with over 5,000 students the university invests heavily in providing the most up to date facilities which support the learning experience. The University of Ulster have used thousands of square metres of norament flooring at various Campus’s, rubber is favoured due to its extreme durability.
Coleraine is steeped in history and is the largest town on the Causeway Coast in Northern Ireland. The town belongs to an area known locally as 'the Triangle linking the nearby coastal resorts of Portrush and Portstewart. Both are popular residential locations for students and staff.
Architect/Designer: Samuel Stevenson & Associates, Belfast
Main Contractor: T & A Kernoghan
Project Requirements: extreme durability and slip resistance
Flooring Solution: norament 926 crossline and noraplan ultragrip