Glass Desk Separators - London EmbassyBack
Client: A London Embassy
Following a call late on a Friday afternoon, the Jade Aden Interiors team were tasked with providing a quotation and fast track delivery for glass desk screens for a London Embassy. The screens were needed on such a strict timeframe in order to allow the Embassy’s 100 staff to return to work safely following the easing of the coronavirus lock down.
With the separator screen market saturated at present with inferior not fit for purpose Perspex screens, we were pleased to be able to offer, along with our British manufacturing partner, an aluminium toughened glass solution which catered to the client’s budget and deadline. Indeed, we were able to deliver the solution within just 15 working days.
In order to ensure we fulfilled the Embassy’s brief exactly, our expert team was on hand throughout the entire sales and installation process. This included conducting a site visit where we spoke with the client and assessed the space to ensure we provided the correct number and specification of desk screens as well as an accurate quotation. Our service also included full installation support and risk and method statements to suit.
The client was very happy with our excellent customer service and superior product and were particularly impressed with our quick turnaround. They’re delighted with the new glass desk screens which will allow their staff to return to the office safely by significantly reducing the risk of airborne transmission. As the desk screens are fully demountable and relocatable, the client will be able to easily move them around, take them down, re-use them, and store them as much as they like, depending on their changing needs.
The client needed the glass desk screens on a tight timeframe in order to allow their 100 staff to return to the office safely. We were able to deliver the screens within just 15 days of receiving their call.
Our team supplied the following products and services for this project:
- Glass desk screens
- Demountable desk partitions
- Site visit
- Risk and method statements