Commercial Partitioning for Offices

Create separate offices and meeting rooms with office room dividers

Commercial Office Partition Systems

A partition wall is a divider wall used to separate spaces within a commercial office for additional workspaces, offices and meeting rooms.

Here at Cubex Contracts, we love transforming traditional workspaces into bespoke modern working environments, making space for businesses to grow. We love it so much that we’ve been doing it for over 25 years… pretty impressive, right? That means when you partner with Cubex, whether that be for a small-scale office refurbishment or a complete fit out, you can be sure you’re in great hands with our specialists!

When it comes to office dividers with Cubex there are a range of modern office divider partition solutions for businesses to choose from including:

  • Composite partitioning
  • Sliding partitioning
  • Glazed partitioning
  • Steel partitioning
  • Stud partitioning
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Commercial Composite Partitioning for Offices

Created around a 50mm aluminium section with interlocking honeycomb panels, composite partitioning is our most popular office partitioning system as it’s very versatile and fully re-locatable, and it comes with an entry level price tag!  You can have anything from solid panels to fully glazed partitions with encapsulated blinds, and composite partitioning can be finished in a multitude of wall coverings, powder coats or paint finishes.

Composite partitioning is lightweight, re-usable and flexible.  Plus, glazed or seamless glass sections with manifestations* can be incorporated into your office partitioning design to create a more modern appearance – this is great for businesses wanting to make a strong visual impact.

*Manifestations – a treatment that can be applied to glass partitions (and any other large expanses of clear glass) in order to make the glass visible, preventing injury through collisions. It’s also a great way to introduce more decoration.

Commercial Sliding Partitioning for Offices

Sliding partitions are a cost-effective and multi-functional solution for maximising space that looks good too.  They operate on a track instead of swinging open like a hinged door and can be incorporated into glazed or steel partitioning systems making them versatile and adaptable too.

Installation periods can vary depending on the design and outlay, and although they are generally lightweight, it can take some extra effort when re-locating to move these with you because of the added technicalities of a sliding pad.

Commercial Glazed Partitioning for Offices

Glazed partitioning, also known as glass partitioning, is a great way to implement privacy without losing the open space feel. 

Manifestations can be used to create frosted sections to incorporate designs or logos into the partition, adding an extra degree of privacy whilst echoing company branding.  You can add internal blinds for further privacy too.

With natural light and low energy costs, the glass walls do come with a safety warning… walking into a glass door or wall – we’ve all done it!

Glazed partitioning can be more costly than other partitioning systems as they are designed to high specifications with style in mind… we can’t deny that they do look fantastic!

Commercial Steel Partitioning for Offices – soundproof office partitions

Reliable, durable and adaptable (portable office partitions), steel partitioning can help re-design existing spaces within offices, warehouses and factories alike.

The partition modules arrive ready for installation which can be completed in a short space of time before it’s coated with a high-quality powder to prevent seasonal wear and tear (great if time is against you to get your workforce going again!)

Steel office partitioning requires minimal maintenance and can be dismantled and re-erected if required, but the downside is that it is not alterable onsite.  It does, however, have a noise-cancelling capacity which in turn cuts back on any additional spend on soundproofing. 

Commercial Stud Partitioning for Offices

Another great way to divide a large office into smaller workspaces is with stud partitioning for offices.  Generally speaking, stud partitioning is a galvanized steel stud fame with plasterboard either side with rockwool infill for sound attenuation.  This is then taped and jointed before being decorated to resemble a standard plasterboard wall.

At Cubex we love stud partitioning, but we do recommend incorporating a glazed element to help natural light through to your new workspace as it helps to create a more spacious environment.

Stud partitioning for commercial offices requires simple maintenance and can be easily repaired if damaged, plus it’s economical too and can incorporate additional soundproofing features.

Commercial office partition walls are available in a variety of types and styles and can be tailored to meet different requirements and budgets too.

Incorporating partitioning into your commercial workspace can have numerous space-creating benefits including added privacy, less noise and better wellbeing as distractions are mitigated in the workplace.  Whatever your workspace needs, when it comes to sturdy, practical, eye-catching and soundproof office partitions, Cubex can help to find the right solution tailored to your precise requirements and budget. 

Whether you want to create a visual impact with a frosted glass partition or implement additional privacy and sound reduction with office dividers and desk partitions, our commercial partitioning experts are here to help from the design stage right through to installation, providing a thorough end-to-end service.

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Our Case Studies

Larsson wanted to maximise their new space as much as possible in order to increase their stock levels and ultimately enable them to fulfil orders for their customers quicker.

In line with a mezzanine floor they were also investigating workflow efficiencies with having their high turnover goods stored on the ground floor.

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