The National Graphene Institute at the University of Manchester is home to over £13m state-of-the-art equipment dedicated to the research of graphene- the world’s first 2D material.

Designed by Jestico + Miles, the five-story glass-fronted building provides 7,600 square metres of research space, including 1,500 square metres of class 100 and class 1000 clean rooms, laboratories, office space, seminar room and accommodation.

The top floor also includes a roof terrace with 21 different grasses and wildflowers designed to attract urban bees and other species of pollinators.

The ultra-high specification facility is the world leader in graphene research and needed a high performance entrance system to uphold the high levels of aesthetics and cleanliness throughout the building.

INTRAsystems worked with the architect to specify black anodised INTRAform Entrance Matting with black ribbed rubber inserts in external and internal zones as well as within the revolving doors.

The specification provides a robust entrance matting system to capture dirt and moisture at the door and protect the flooring beyond whilst blending with the clean black aesthetic of the building design.

Contact us today to find out how our unrivalled entrance matting range can enhance your building design.

Systems:
INTRAform Entrance Matting
Location:
Manchester
Specification:
Black Anodised with Black Ribbed Rubber Inserts
Architects:
Jestico + Whiles