Using Durra Panel

Projects

Showing 20 projects
QLD-Netball-Centre
February 2019
A diverse sports and entertainment arena designed for full television broadcasting events, intimate concerts & major international indoor sporting events.
Melbourne-Convention-Centre-Expansion
July 2018
Hosting over a thousand events every year, Melbourne Convention Centre is internationally renowned for its wide range of spaces and innovative design.
Image of the interior roof of the Village Sound stage
March 2016
Village Roadshows 9th studio is the largest Sound Stage in the Southern Hemisphere, cementing its position as one of Australia’s premier filming locations.
Casey-Fields-AFLW-Pavilion
July 2020
Situated in Melbourne’s South East – at the Melbourne Football Clubs ever-expanding Casey Fields Training Hub – the new facility is home to the Demons’ Women’s team alongside their AFL and VFL squads.
Melbourne-Park-Tennis-Centre
May 2020
Melbourne Parks new Function and Broadcast centre, CENTREPIECE - is well underway, joining the impressive line-up of arenas.
An interior image of a cafe with lighting on the roof in the shape of an X
January 2018
This large-scale church facility, located in suburban Mount Eden, was a dream come to life for the community.
An exterior aerial shot from a few blocks away of the Perth Arena
May 2012
A world class, indoor, multi-purpose, all weather arena that caters for sports and entertainment, even theatre or an intimate concert.
An image of the interior of the Docklands Icehouse ice-rink with a group of people skating on the ice
May 2009
The Medibank Icehouse is Australia’s premier ice sports and entertainment venue that incorporates two Olympic sized ice skating rinks.
An image of the interior roof of a building that is mid construction.
June 2014
The Northern Water Treatment Plant is an advanced water treatment facility located near Wandoan in far North Queensland. The plant will have capacity to purify 100 million litres of water per day.
An interior image of a building at the gold coast studios
February 2016
The largest sound stage in the southern hemisphere has now taken residence in the Gold Coast.
An image of the exterior of the Docklands Studios building
April 2004
The project design team specified the use of Durra Panel acoustic roof, ceiling and wall systems, to form an acoustic envelope throughout each studio complex.
An image of a building being built with 2 people on a building maintenance unit.
August 2011
Resource sector services company Sedgman was engaged to engineer, procure and construct a new coal handling and preparation plant at the Narrabri North coal mine in New South Wales.
An interior image of the roofing of the Desal Plant Factory
March 2013
This land mark project was featured on Discovery Channels Build it Bigger programme and is the largest desalination plant in the southern hemisphere.
Mullum-Mullum-Stadium
June 2018
Mullum Mullum Stadium is Manningham Council's premiere netball and basketball arena functioning as the centre stage for local community sport and activity.
An image of the interior of a building mid construction.
June 2017
Durra Trafficable Ceiling Systems contribute to a large part of Durra Panel’s focus on global industrial innovation and commitment to our core values of Growth and Sustainability.
The interior of a classroom with school children sitting at tables, framed at the roof to highlight the panels installed in the roof.
Cornish College’s education facility design focused on and championed sustainability through use of Durra Panel.
An interior image of a buildings roof while the building is still under construction.
November 2021
Sound Stage 6 represents a significant asset to the Durra Panel Sustainability and Acoustic portfolio, with the multi-layered acoustic roof ceiling and wall system, extracting 930 T of carbon dioxide.
The interior of a stadium with a presentation being held inside.
February 2021
Iona College’s double-court sports hall featured a unique hourglass shaped floorplan and large floor to ceiling windows across the entire end wall.
2007
A striking waterfront entertainment facility that signified the first use of Durra Panel in the Northern Territory.
2004
The Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre was Australia’s first commercial project to incorporate Durra Panel’s Fiberglass Soundsorb Finish in order to achieve high-level noise absorption.

Major Construction Projects with Durra Panel

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Durra Panel has a range of large-scale construction projects as part of our exceptional portfolio, which have benefitted from our premium sound studio building material. Some of the largest construction projects Australia-wide have used Durra Panel to minimise noise and increase acoustic performance.

From the Melbourne Convention Centre expansion to the creation of a Village Roadshow sound stage, Durra Panel has effectively dampened low-frequency sound, addressed sound absorption and sound transmission, and created high-performance film and television studios, live performance spaces and recording studios.

Compressed straw projects for some of the largest construction projects in Australia

The case studies below show you how the Durra Lifting Frame has installed Durra Panel Soundsorb Finish modules in large-scale projects. In addition, our expert team can help to explain how this sustainable solution can work for your next large-scale project.

Durra Panel creates compressed straw buildings using a product that has been tested by the CSIRO, confirming its levels of impact resistance and impressive fire resistance qualities. Ask about the many projects below and results from our Durra Panel structural and load testing to understand the strong load-bearing capacity of our panels today.

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