A 2.1 meter high partition wall with full size door. This type of partitioning can be made off site, and fitted outside of office hours. Disturbance to the office environment is minimal.
This style of partition wall, dividing wall is lightweight with the use of polycarbonate sheeting. The polycarbonate sheeting is strong, neat and non-intrusive with the light able to pass through. Very tidy and ideal for any office. This softwood frame finish is optional, paint or varnish
A dividing wall was required in this office, so the reception area could be separate from the main office. With no windows in the area been divided, we designed a partition with a lot of glass. Thus, letting as much natural light shine through as possible. The height of this partition is eleven feet. Built with a 6x2 timber frame. then plaster boarded, skimmed, glazed and painted.
This stud partition wall has been built with metal studs 10mm from an existing partywall. The existing party wall offered little in the way of acoustical dampening. The new wall has been designed to reduce sound by 50% using 2", rockwool flexi, half inch plasterboard and finished in 3/4" mdf wall panelling..
This is a partition wall being finished off with insulation for sound proofing and mdf. The dividing wall has been built to be temperary, the use of mdf makes things a bit easier.
This is the ground floor of a timber frame home being built. The timber stud walls are built, placed and joined to each other. Creating a very solid structure.
This is the timber frame work for a floor to ceiling solid partition wall. Built to divide a large room, into two smaller rooms with hallway
These are three intersecting timber frame walls(partition walls). All three have been framed to accommodate a doorway, two of which are loading. Each wall section is joined to the next section with the use of a double top plate, usually at 90 degrees