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Melbourne Theatre Company
Few designers get the chance to freely envision an architecture that has the spatial impact that the new Melbourne Theatre Company precinct does. Alighting from the pavement and jettisoned up the entry stairs, this architecture from Ashton Raggatt McDougall, the latest in their collection of leading projects, presents a plethora of colour and the feeling that you have most certainly arrived.
Melbourne Recital Centre
The design details for the Melbourne Recital Centre are consistent all the way through the space. The compliance requirements of the NCC are seamlessly integrated with the interior, benefiting the public that will use this building for many years to come. Ashton Raggatt McDougall's (ARM) architecture has incorporated acoustic engineering, compliance and aesthetic appeal with the DTAC tactile installation.
The DTAC product used on this project was DTAC's DT0110 stainless steel terraced warning tactile which complimented the unique interior whilst ensuring compliance.
ACMI Federation Square
In winning the tender, DTAC was chosen to the supply and install 316 Marine Grade Stainless Steel tactile ground surface indicators to the stair that provides the entryway to the restaurant. The request was made, quoted, dispatched, supplied and installed within three days.
DTAC supplied and installed stainless steel classic warning tactiles to the Goodwood Hotel in Goodwood, South Australia.
Glen Street Library
Frenchs Forest, NSW
Among the products specified for the Glen Street Library were the Black Top TGSI’s, where over 18m2 were installed. DTAC’s popular Corduroy stair edging were also installed on steps throughout the site. These products were installed in accordance with the required building standards and regulations.
At the Centrelink in ACT, TGSI's have been installed on a kerb ramp with a gradient less than 1 in 14.
Metro Fire Brigade
DTAC supplied and installed black colourmax classic warning tactiles (DT0400B) to the grounds of the Metro Fire Brigade in Richmond, Victoria.