Wrightstyle has won a major contract to manufacture and supply advanced fire resistant doors for a company that provides private and shared office space across the world.
In the UK, WeWork has offices to rent in Edinburgh, Manchester and London. In London alone it has nearly 50 properties.
We are supplying wet fill EI30 double doors, and single doors, for a new London property close to Waterloo Station.
The contract is for 10 double doors and seven single doors, all integrity and insulation, for our client Prism Glass.
Prism Glass primarily works in the glass partitioning sector but does also provide project management services for partitioning projects, site surveys and measuring for glass installations.
Prism Glass won this major contract with WeWork and contracted us to manufacture and supply the fire-resistant door elements.
The WeWork property is in Southbank Place and is, the company says, the world’s largest co-working space.
It provides a variety of facilities for businesses both corporate and start-up.
WeWork, which started in 2010, provides spaces for everyone, from entrepreneurs setting up their first businesses to multinational conglomerates with thousands of employees.
It also has properties in 37 countries world wide.
Its mission is to create spaces where people can work, come together, collaborate on projects, and potentially change the world.
“This is a large and prestigious project, reflecting how office work is becoming more collaborative,” said Jane Embury, Wrightstyle’s marketing director.
“WeWork is at the forefront of that agenda of corporate change – in the same way that Wrightstyle remains at the forefront of the advanced glazing market,” she said.