Client: Bank House Financial Management
Privacy and confidentiality were a requirement for the demountable partitions for Bank House. The demountable partitions also had to match an existing demountable partition system already in the building which was no problem to achieve.
The system is 100mm wide with 4 layers of plasterboard for addded sound insulation. We also had to re-route the ventilation grills to suit the layout and provide the office furniture for the offices which was supplied by Sebastien furniture for business. As you can see from the photographs the design is quiet dated now, using Satin Anodised Aluminium frames and black laminate skirting. More modern designs move away from the black colour and the frames are available powdercoated white or grey, and are in stock. White or grey is the new Satin Anodised Aluminium look.
Drawing and design work
Initial space needed work
Demountable Partitioning with Sound Performance
The solid walls also had a neutral colour wall covering applied to the plasterboard panel, but there are a wide variety of colours and patterns to choose from. If in any doubt it is safest to chose a neutral colour, and then the colour for the office can be brought out in the fabrics of the chairs and screens of the furniture.
Why Demountable Partitioning?
- Demountable partitions are tax efficient in that they are seen as movable items and so can be treated differently in writing down allowances in the accounts.
- We can also lease Demountable Partitions as they are movable, this spreads the costs of having the work done as Demountable Partitions always cost more than customers think.
- Leasing of demountable partitioning is very tax efficient and Cre8tive can provide illustrations, please contact us for further information.
- Most landlords insist on demountable partitions being used for offices as it is much easier to take them out should the tenant renting the space leave for any reason. The benefit is that is saves making a huge amount of mess and destruction that would be need with a conventional stud and plasterboard constructed wall.