Wall partitioning can create new offices or work areas from an existing work space. These systems can offer a simple way to divide space, all the way to high performance walls designed to meet strict fire or sound ratings. We offer many different styles of partitioning
- Dry wall partitions
- Demountable partition
- Cubicle partition
- Glass partition
- Wall cladding
- Paint works
Drywall Partitioning is an effective method to divide open areas into smaller rooms by the use of a track and stud system. Plaster is skimmed over the joints to ensure a flat continuous look. Aluminum doors and windows are easily installed. Drywall partitioning is quick to install and most typically used in Office, Industrial and Commercial buildings.
Demountable walls are functional, offer flexibility and can be installed with relative ease. The big advantage of demountable wall systems is flexibility. For facility executives, that’s what justifies paying the first-cost premium. When changes must be made to a space, it’s far less expensive to move demountable walls than to tear down and rebuild drywall offices.
The office cubicle is a somewhat partitioned space for one or several workers in what is otherwise an unpartitioned and open building space for offices. In many companies, it has replaced the traditional individual office room or the large, unpartitioned space shared by many workers. The cubicle is intended to be a compromise that allows a certain amount of privacy, sound-proofing, and lack of distraction for the individual while at the same time encouraging a sense of collective space shared by all. The cubicle is also intended to be more cost-efficient.
A glass partition wall can have the visual privacy of a regular, full-sized partition wall without blocking the light from entering either room that it separates. There are many different styles available, from paned to etched to frosted to curved. Glass walls can be mounted to the ceiling and floor like normal, stationary walls. When glass walls are placed on a track, they can slide. Glass can be mounted into regular walls, creating a window from one room to another. Unless you are using glass blocks, which are stacked and held together with mortar.