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Why you should consider partitioning as part of your office fit out

Most businesses decide at some point that they need to consider an office fit out. There are many reasons for this, for example your business is growing rapidly and you need to make the most out of your working environment. Whatever the reason an office fit requires extensive planning and preparation to make sure it

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Considering an office refurbishment?

There are many factors to consider when looking to achieve a successful office refurbishment. Many businesses try to tackle this daunting, but exciting challenge independently but find the unnecessary stress simply makes the project unimaginable. As you need to make sure that your company is performing to it’s current high standards along with juggling suppliers

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Relocating your office? Here’s your office move checklist

So you’ve found your new premises, signed the lease. Congratulations! However, there is still much still to consider, below we have complied a checklist to help you get started on the big move, it may also help to flag some crucial pieces of information that you may not have considered. Health & Safety At the

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10 essential tips to consider for a successful office fit out

Your office environment is much more than just a place for your clients and employees to work in. An office fit out offers businesses a blank canvas which enables you to create a whole new feel and look to your existing business. If you have been given the reins for this exciting project here are

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Why choose glass office partitions in the workplace?

Many businesses require some sort of private office space, whether meeting rooms, to divide different departments or for lockable storage areas. Historically to achieve the desired look businesses would need to build solid walls, which is not only expensive and extremely disruptive to your work environment it is also permanent. In today’s business world, companies

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Looking to create a positive working environment? Try glass partitions

Judith Heerwagen’s research has highlighted a direct link between productivity and the workplace. Judith focuses on three main points, “A building can positively affect ability by providing comfortable ambient conditions, by enabling individual control and adjustment of conditions, and by reducing health and safety risks. Negative impacts on ability to do work are associated with

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Creating an office as innovative as Google

Google buildings are world famous for being centres that foster both innovation and creativity. But it isn’t just what Google creates that is innovative, the layout of their offices are crucial in creating a fun, productive and satisfying place to work. There are 10 important elements to consider when looking to create a similar environment

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What you need to know about installing a mezzanine

When looking at the cost associated with installing a mezzanine floor it varies depending on whether or not the floor will require fire protection (commonly known as “fire rating”). If you are unsure check below against Part B of the Building Regulations which explains that one-hour fire protection must be installed to the underside of

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The Top 3 Benefits of using Glass Partitions

Glass partitions are great at helping to divide up office, retail, warehouse or even domestic environments. They help to add a fresh modern aesthetic to any space and can elegantly be finished to meet any branding requirements. Below is three of the main benefits anyone interested in using glass partitions should know. 1. Privacy: Open

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How to tackle the top 5 sins in the office

A study in 2015 carried out by Professor Stephen Westland of the University of Leeds found that the top 5 distractions in the work place add up to a combined loss of £250m each year. With the rising cost of office space tackling these distractions could help to save your business a small fortune.  

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