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Office fit out for police headquarters

Posted by Mark
December 26, 2012 in Community

Staffordshire police headquarters has been completely refurbished, with the original building constructed in 1988 being fitted out with new  office flooring  office flooring and a mezzanine level that will be used as a multi-purpose space.

Since the building was originally constructed, it has seen a number of different occupants ranging from the Central Traffic Group and the Protective Services Division, both of which have now relocated to new accommodation.

The existing building has been transformed with a variety of different office flooring to suit the new designated purpose of each part, with the former police vehicle servicing area being incorporated to form part of the newly refurbished premises. These will now incorporate a state of the art cafeteria and meeting rooms.

A modular approach was used to enable different sizes and styles of tiles to blend with the overall theme, with rustic wood effect in earthy tones and black slate being used in the open areas and the cafeteria. The office and meeting rooms have been laid with carpet tiles in a random mix of natural tones, giving a warm inviting feel to the space.

Heavy duty ceramic tiles have been used in areas with a high footfall for ease of cleaning and the entrance has been laid with special flooring, which incorporates alternate strips of rough fibres. This offers vigorous dirt scraping capabilities to avoid street dirt spreading through the building. Likewise, general purpose areas have been fitted with  safety flooring  safety flooring with a high slip resistance factor.

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