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A range of office partitioning services for London & Essex 

The impression your office makes on customers & clients matters. It is a representation of your business, how much pride you take in yourself and how much you care for your staff. If you were to use glass, demountable and fire rated partitioning, you can organise your office into the perfect layout for your staff, clients and visitors whilst creating the perfect impression.

 

Our partitioning services include: 

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Would you like to make more out of your office? We have worked with a number of big names to give them some of the finest offices in the UK.

  • Porta Communications – City of London
  • NHS – South East various.
  • Triangle Investments & Developments – Central London

 See a list of our previous clients here

 

From wall coverings & wall decorations to making the most of your space:

The possibilities are endless for a truly stunning office space. You can have fabric and vinyl backed wallcovering, traditional paper with modern styles, write on & wipe off walls or digital print just to name a few.

Whatever the look and feel you are aiming for, we have the experience and expertise to help you get what you want. 

 

GDL Interiors offer a full range of office partitioning services.
These include:

SOLID PARTITIONS

There are two forms of solid partitioning - plasterboard panels or a composite panel. The plasterboard panels can either be single skin giving a 1/2 hour fire rating or double skin giving an hour rating. The composite panels are constructed from a 27mm honeycomb core faced either side with a skin of 9.5mm thick plasterboard. These panels are usually used in a demountable system.

GLAZED PARTITIONS

We currently use the Matrix which is a versatile non-load bearing relocatable partitioning system for internal use. The system is based on an aluminium framework 50mm (nominal) thick.

Glazed panels are constructed using various aluminium or plastic sections to create single and double glazed modules in a wide variety of elevations. Panels can be finished in vinyl, melamine and veneer or alternatively can be faced with steel. Aluminium sections are satin anodised or powder coated to any colour in the BS or RAL ranges.

Blinds can be incorporated within double glazed modules. Skirting may be of plastic or aluminium from 785mm to 150 mm in height.

DEMOUNTABLE PARTITIONS

These can be taken down and re-erected in various locations within the office layout, provided that the ceiling height does not vary too much.

Demountable partitioning is favourable within offices due to the fact that it can be taken down and re-erected without too much fuss or disturbance within the workplace.

Demountable partitioning is not used when a fire rating is required.

FIRE RATED PARTITIONS

Fire rated partitioning is widely used within corridors, lift and staircase lobies and is specified by architects to comply with the legal requirements of a building.

STORAGE WALL PARTITIONING

The versatility of a storage wall unit can be maximised by using the storage cupboard system as parting walls within offices.

OPERABLE PARTITIONING WALLS

These are ideal systems for creating efficient and aesthetically pleasing solutions for flexible space division. These are mainly used in conference and meeting rooms, hotels, restaurants, schools and lecture halls.

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GDL Interiors are based in Maldon Essex. We work in London, Essex, East Anglia and throughout the UK.

Glass partitioning is generally used to increase light and visibility within the office.

SOUNDPROOF PARTITIONS

We would recommend solid plasterboard partitioning to block out sound.

 

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