SEC Interiors has collaborated with Monarch on numerous projects throughout the years, and was welcomed once again due to the successes of the past to work on a second floor office refurbishment project, creating a new private office and presentation space with fully refurbished tea-point and boardroom areas. To make way for the new refurbishment, a phase of demolition had to occur. This included the removal of existing partitioning, the stripping out of the existing tea-point, and making good of any electrics affected by said demolition.
The refurbishment works saw the installation of new fire and sound partitioning systems, forming the basis of a new corner based, private office and presentation space. Recessed lighting with PIR motion sensors were installed in the space, along with the necessary adjustments in terms of electrical installation. Manifestations of the Monarch corporate logo were also applied to the demountable partitioning, giving it that personalised touch.
A new kitchen tea-point was installed at the end of the floor, with finishes from the Howdens Greenwich Range and the incorporation of a hot drinks dispenser for staff usage.The boardroom areas were also upgraded with newly installed suspended ceilings and lighting and electrical works. The office environment now also incorporates elements of biophilia, effectively bringing the outside in via the placement of potted plants and greenery throughout.
The refurbishment works were carried out during out of hours periods to minimise staff disruption, and it represents another successful project in an ever developing partnership with the company.