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Light Industrial

Key elements in light industry

At a time when technology is rapidly evolving and global markets become increasingly competitive, the design and fit out of interior facilities is a key element in the potential success of a light industrial enterprise. Naturally, every operation of this kind has different requirements and Glenside has extensive experience in undertaking light industry projects across a range of sectors.

Factors to consider include:

  • Installing of equipment and assets
  • Connecting power and utilities
  • Providing safe and convenient access to all areas
  • Ensuring structural installations are robust and durable
  • Meeting regulatory requirements on all aspects of workplace health & safety
  • Creating high quality facilities away from production for the workforce and visitors
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People and equipment

Light industry is highly innovative and competition is intense. It forms an important element in the growth and profitability of UK manufacturing.

The interaction of workpeople and the equipment they use must be as smooth and safe as possible, whether in production operations or in warehousing. Robotics and complex IT resources may also need to be taken into account.

Interior design for light industry premises plays a key role in the success of every enterprise. The configuration of machinery, partitioning and workstations requires careful planning for productivity, safety and the convenience of the workforce. Consideration needs to be given to factors such as minimising noise levels and ensuring that lighting is of the highest standards.

Every light industrial enterprise is different and close collaboration is required between interior design specialists and the customer, both in management and on the shop floor.

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Practicality and brand image

Setting up or relocating a light industrial operation is primarily concerned with practical requirements, but there is no need to forfeit the aesthetics of interior design.  In the same way as an office interior can reflect the ethos and dynamics of a brand, an industrial workplace is able to reflect many aspects of the business concerned. Decorative finishes, elements of branding and a range of features, fixtures and fittings can make an industrial working spaces a source of pride for the business concerned and its workforce.

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