GDL's directors are personally involved in the delivery of your new office fitout and new office interior and they are on hand to ensure that deadlines, budgets and strict working standards are adhered to. They will develop the initial concept for your new office interior or fitout and plan the space to ensure you get the most effective use out of the area you have available to you. They might suggest the use of office partitioning to divide the space as you need to use it most effectively.
New office fitouts in Suffolk and new office interiors in Ipswich lend themselves to the use of glass partitioning which effectively splits a large open plan office space into a number of smaller, more workable spaces. These glass partitions can be decorated with glass manifestation, which will enhance privacy and can emphasise corporate identity. Glass manifestation is a plastic film that can be printed with a pattern or message of your choice so instead of choosing one that simply reads "Mind the glass" you can opt for glass manifestation in your company colours or that features your company logo and strap line.
Our service can also include the supply and installation of washroom facilities, the fitting of
suspended ceilings to hide any unsightly pipe work and all those decorative finishing touches like decor, flooring, blinds and furniture to make your new office interior as attractive and comfortable as possible.
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Ipswich is a non-metropolitan district and the county town of Suffolk, England. It is located on the estuary of the River Orwell and nearby towns are Felixstowe in Suffolk and Harwich & Colchester in Essex. Ipswich is steeped in history and has played a major role in the history of England for nearly 1,500 years. The town was awarded a Royal Charter by King John in 1200 and has been a gateway to Europe for centuries. By the year 1500 the town was made a Kings Port – one of only eleven enjoying many trading privileges.
The modern name is derived from the medieval name 'Gippeswick' probably taken from the River Gipping which is the non-tidal section of the River Orwell. The 7th century town called 'Gippeswick' was centred near the quay. Towards 700 AD Frisian potters from the Netherlands area settled in Ipswich and set up the first large scale potteries in England since Roman times. Their wares were traded far across England and the industry was unique to Ipswich for 200 years with Ipswich fast becoming a place of national and international importance.
Ipswich is one of England's oldest towns and took shape in Anglo-Saxon times (in the 7th-8th centuries) around Ipswich Dock. As the coastal states of north Western Europe emerged from the collapse of the Roman Empire, essential North Sea trade and communication between eastern Britain and the continent passed through the formerly Roman ports of London.
Ipswich has undergone an extensive rebuilding and gentrification programme in recent years and GDL Interiors have provided numerous Ipswich based organisations with our refurbishment services both on large and small contracts. On 13th March 2007 Ipswich was awarded the cleanest town award.
The Ipswich docks area (also 'the waterfront') with its new marinas, restaurants, and bars is now devoted primarily to leisure use and includes extensive recent development of residential apartment blocks and the new University College. Ipswich is one of the Haven ports and is still a working port, handling several million tonnes of cargo each year.
There are also several hospitals in Ipswich including the leper hospital of St Mary Magdalene, founded before 1199. During the middle Ages the Marian Shrine of Our Lady of Grace was a famous pilgrimage destination and attracted many pilgrims including Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon.
Ipswich Town Football Club was established in 1878 and currently plays in the second-tier Football League Championship at the 30,300 capacity Portman Road. They have a strong rivalry with Norwich City and have been the previous clubs of the two most successful England Managers, Alf Ramsey and Bobby Robson. They won the league Championship in 1961-62 during Ramsey's reign as well as the 1978 FA Cup and the 1981 UEFA Cup under Robson. The club are also undefeated at home in all European competitions having drawn 6 and won the other 25.
GDL Interiors are based in Essex UK, and work with customers in Ipswich and throughout Suffolk including Aldeburgh, Beccles, Brandon, Bungay, Bury St Edmunds, Clare, Eye, Felixstowe, Framlingham, Hadleigh, Halesworth, Haverhill, Kesgrave, Leiston, Lowestoft, Mildenhall, Needham Market, Newmarket, Orford, Saxmundham, Southwold, Stowmarket, Sudbury and Woodbridge.