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Screening solutions by Plasloc for big accountancy player

  • 9 Nov 2017

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Leading accountancy firm Ernst & Young (EY) have been supplied with screening in the form of a curved demo wall for its London-based headquarters by Plasloc.

The screening and hoarding solutions specialists have provided the company, established as one of the ‘big four’ professional service companies, with a wall, which is in its main reception. 

Founder of Plasloc, Steve Matthews, comments on the project: “Being such a successful and well-known company, it was important that the reception area of Ernst & Young looks sleek and professional in appearance despite the ongoing building work. We are pleased that our screens allowed the company to achieve this.

“At Plasloc we pride ourselves on going the extra mile to provide our clients with partitions that blend seamlessly not just with their environment but also with the day-to-day running of their businesses.

“At EY, our team worked diligently to install the screening outside of office hours, minimising the disruption caused to members of staff and allowing the company to function as normal.”

The screens installed by Plasloc could not be secured at the base or top of the structure, therefore, a free-standing screen was required, allowing Plasloc to draw on its vast expertise of their in-house design team.

Steve added: “Our team produced a design created specifically for this project. We then sent this proposal to structural engineers to ensure its safety before installing the screen.”

Alongside safety, Plasloc prides itself the easy removal of its products. As part of this project, flooring and joinery protection was installed to ensure the temporary screens left no lasting impressions or damage to the building.

The environment is an area Plasloc are passionate about; specialising in producing environmentally friendly screening and hoarding solutions.

Ernst & Jones join an extensive list of illustrious clients, which includes big names such as Tesco, Amazon, Burberry and the Royal Mail.

 

 

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