Komfort’s double glazed partitioning and storage walls have been installed at the Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic at Little France, Edinburgh, due to their exceptional hygienic qualities.
Funded with a £10 million donation from author JK Rowling, the Anne Rowling Clinic is a University of Edinburgh clinical research facility, hosting NHS out-patient clinics specialising in degenerative neurological conditions.
At the clinic, eight Komfort double glazed Polar Vision partitions were installed. These are dry-jointed partitions, constructed without mullion posts to provide a seamless style, and were used mainly to front the consulting rooms. In facilities such as this, hygiene and cleanliness are of the highest priority and the Komfort products installed can be wiped clean with ease, significantly lowering the risk of infection and contributing to a hygienic environment for both patients and staff.
Komfort partitions were also used to create a space for the main office named the ‘Glassbox’. Within this space, two KM3 storagewalls were installed, with two more in the clinic reception. David Kelly, from contractor Souness and Boyne, said: “Overall, the look and quality of the products installed provide a superior finish and look fantastic. The Komfort partitions provide a great source of natural light.”