Support For Specifiers, Distributors & Contractors - Monarfloor Acoustic Systems

The Building Performance Centre - Edinburgh Napier University

Building Performance Centre (BPC)The Building Performance Centre (BPC) is one of the leading UK centres for applied research, knowledge transfer and consultancy for the built environment. It has national and international recognized experts who cover a wide range of disciplines. Key functions of the Centre include:

  • Construction Product Research and Development
  • Development of Technical Standards, Robust Details and Building Regulations
  • Building Diagnosis and Material Performance
  • Sustainable Construction

Icopal – Monarfloor together with The Building Performance Centre have developed a number of innovative, sustainable and high performing systems such as Monarfloor Bridgestop.  Our current joint product development and knowledge transfer partnership means that over the forthcoming months and years we will be launching a host of systems and products that raise the acoustic performance within dwellings, and sets the benchmark for how the UK construction industry addresses acoustic isolation and heat loss within our homes.

www.napier.ac.uk

 

    Contact Us

    To discuss your project in more detail please;

    Contact your local area manager
    Want to know everything about soundproofing?
    Book a Monarfloor Acoustics CPD

    Or contact us

    Technical Support

    Telephone:

    0330 123 4585

    Email:
    acoustics.technical.uk
    @icopal.com

     

    Sales Enquiries & Orders

    Telephone:

    0843 224 7400

    Fax:

    0843 224 7401

    Email:
    acoustic.sales.uk
    @icopal.com

    This site uses cookies in accordance with our Website Privacy Policy. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. To browse without the use of cookies, you can opt-out as explained in our Website Privacy Policy or adjust your cookie settings for your browser

    Monarfloor Acoustic Flanking & Acoustic Floating Floor Systems