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  • Office Partitions 2 - 14/01/2011

    Partitioning your office is an excellent way to use the space you have effectively. It is necessary in many work places, to create enclosed areas as private offices or to separate departments. Dividing up your office using glass partitions is for many reasons both practical and visually pleasing.

    Office partitions are usually manufactured from glass and metal, and are very modern and stylish. Glass is an excellent material to use as it is easy to clean and it is transparent, so keeping the office feeling light and spacious. Various studies have shown that when people are exposed to more natural daylight, not only are they happier, but they are also healthier too. This will surely have an effect on the performance of employees in the office. The glass used for office partitions is always fireproof.

    Office partitions are often demountable, so you can move them and create a new look if ever you feel the need. The installation of office partitions is relatively fast, compared to building a brick and plaster wall. It is simple and clean to have them fitted and as it involves so little work, your newly partitioned office will be available for use after a very short time. A frameless glazing system can be configured with 2 dry-joint solutions. The anodised aluminium section is available alongside the new iTube neoprene dry-joint. Both offer maximum partitioning flexibility while retaining a minimalist feel.

    There are many companies who deal in office partitioning. Among them is iwall who will give full understanding and appreciation of client requirements from site surveys and face to face meetings, exact detailed costings complete with construction drawings, site dedicated project management teams taking care of all eventualities, co-ordinated programming for best installation strategy especially in occupied circumstances and even environmental initiatives for material recyclability and energy reduction will be analysed.



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