Wieland helps transform high spec office

Wieland Electric, Metalynx2, 30 Gresham Street

Wieland Electric’s Metalynx2 has played an important role in the refurbishment of the high specification, design-led office space at 30 Gresham Street in the City of London (pictured).

The building has been refurbished to Grade A specification with the project involving a full strip out and fit out of the existing floors. Wieland’s Metalynx2 was selected for use in conjunction with lighting controls with Wieland also supplying all the secondary cabling to the luminaires via GST. The versatility of the Wieland Metalynx2 system has allowed the installers to maximise productivity time on-site and ensure that tight deadlines were met. Workplaces haven’t just become more flexible they have also become more dynamic, changing in terms of layout and purpose on a more regular basis than used to be the case and another benefit of Metalynx2 is that future changes or configurations can easily and quickly be achieved.

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