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Office Partition 600Office Design & Project services had previously designed and refurbished Great Lengths existing office. This included a lengthy consultation and design phase to ensure the office design was tailored to meet their unique needs. An unusual aspect was the integration of hair extension training stations for the instruction of hair extension technicians. Following the successful completion of this office refurbishment, Great Lengths did not hesitate to appoint ODAPS following their decision to relocate to larger offices.

Following a consultation phase to establish a precise brief, our initial task was to undertake a building assessment and provide a selection of feasibility studies. With our previous experience of working with Great Lengths we were able to quickly refine the sudies into an agreed office design to suit their needs and budget. We were able to incorporate and expand further the innovative solutions we had provided for their original offices.

ODAPS were then appointed to undertake the office fit-out. This included the adaption of the existing lighting, HVAC systems and the installation of new office partitions. A combination of different office partitions were used to suit the differing requirements, such as aesthetic appeal or accoustic insulation. Other works included alterations to the small power distribution and data system, a new kitchen installation, re-decorations and full re-carpeting including feature flooring to the training and reception areas. We also designed and installaed bespoke joinery solutions to cater for the training equipment used to train hair technicians.

Upon completion of the office fit-out works the final phase was to migrate their staff and existing furniture into the new office space over a weekend. This included the supply of additional new office furniture. When the staff occupied their new office, they and the management of Great Lengths were thrilled with the completed office fit out.

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