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As 2017 has drawn to a close, and in spite of some uncertainty, it appears that our sector is still growing well, suggesting there might not be the dip that people at first expected.
If you’ve read our recent blog posts you’ll know that a number of different factors come into play when specifying acoustic glass partitions.
We ask our Technical Manager, Peter Long the frequently asked questions surrounding the on-site performance of glass partitions.
You’re writing an NBS Specification for glazed partitioning and your acoustician has advised you to select a product that achieves a particular acoustic sound insulation.
The acoustic performance of glass partitions is becoming increasingly important in the modern workplace, with the growing need for quiet rooms and meeting rooms where confidential conversations can take place.
Are deflection heads always the solution to interior movement in buildings? Here Rob Judd asks what steps architects should take to manage partition deflection.
How is the acoustic performance of glass partitions tested on-site?
As the Francis Crick Institute opens its door this week, we take a closer look at Optima’s contribution to this iconic building.
Optima has recently completed the design, delivery and installation of glass partitions across two office floors in the prestigious Shard complex at The London Bridge Quarter: