Winner of the 2013 S-Lab New Laboratory Award.

Project: The Scottish Centre for Regenerative Medicine

Specified by Sheppard Robson architects in Glasgow, the SCRM is the first purpose built research facility in the UK and the first Scottish laboratory to be awarded a BREEAM excellent rating. A leading research Centre based within the Bioquarter of the University of Edinburgh, the Centre will provide approximately 9000 sqm of world class research facilities dedicated to the research and support of stem cell and degenerative diseases.

nora rubber floorings present the ideal solution when it comes to sustainable building. They are characterised by their long lifetime and permanent resilience, and their very dense surfaces are exceptionally durable and wear resistant making them extremely robust and resistant to laboratory media and other damaging effects. They can be cleaned with ease, so they retain their appearance as new even after many years of heavy duty usage. nora rubber floorings do not require coatings, and so eliminate costly and time consuming maintenance work. Moreover, they do not contain any plasticisers (phthalates) or halogens, they are low emission systems, and they promote a healthy indoor climate.

Flooring Solution: norament® 926 stairtreads, noraplan® ultra grip ,
norament® 926 studded rubber tiles plus accessories.