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Arkansas State University’s Humanities and Social Sciences building greeted its first students in the 2015-16 academic year. AMR Architects designed the building’s exterior to complement the campus’ historic architecture and its modern interior to offer quiet, comfortable learning spaces. Helping accomplish these goals, the new building features Rockfon’s ceilings systems throughout its 120,000-square-foot, four-story facility.

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Stone wool acoustics ceiling tiles installed in classroom at Arkansas State University

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Rockfon Tropic installed in classroom at ASU

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Chicago Metallic Ultraline 4500 suspended ceiling system installed in classroom at ASU

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Ceiling grid installed in hallway at ASU

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Rockfon Tropic and Chicago Metallic Ultraline 4500 suspension system installed in classroom

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Suspending ceiling system at Arkansas State University in HSS Building

Arkansas State University HSS Building

Location:United States
Architect:AMR Architects, Inc.; Little Rock, Arkansas; Local Partner Architect CahoonSteiling | Studio, Architecture; Jonesboro, Arkansas
Contractor:Tate General Contractors Inc.; Jonesboro, Arkansas
Installer:Curtis Construction, LLC; West Memphis, Arkansas
Tiles:Rockfon Tropic®

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