Optima has been named as one of the winners in the RoSPA Occupational Health and Safety Awards 2015, receiving the prestigious Gold Award in the annual scheme run by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).
We’ve come a long way in the last 20 years. Our clients have too. And so have workspaces. Today’s offices demand more. More design, more functionality, more appeal. At Optima, we’re delivering glass partitioning systems which meet the toughest specifications head-on. We’re making meeting rooms out of confined spaces. We’re designing creative configurations. We’re making sure that our glass partitions are the most effective sound barriers around. We invest a lot of time and expertise in acoustics and it’s paying off. The advancements we’ve made have earned us a strong national and international reputation. We’re known as the company that really understands the needs of modern offices, not least those for which privacy and confidentiality are the cornerstone of their operation. Our partitions are embedded with some of the most advanced sound-proofing technology around. It’s the result of intensive design work by our in-house team of product designers, supported by the independent tests carried out by acousticians at some of the UK’s leading UKAS-accredited sound laboratories. Testing is a rigorous process and we wouldn’t have it any other way. It all happens within purpose-built chambers under carefully controlled conditions. The glass partition or door sample is placed in a testing aperture which sits between two acoustically isolated rooms – the source room and the receiving room. White noise is transmitted through the partition and data is collected in the receiving chamber. The product’s airborne sound insulating properties are tested and the results pinpoint acoustic competence. It’s a very accurate process; far more reliable than predictive software products that are available to companies like ours. We know from our tests that factors like peripheral elements of a partition – framework and intermediate glass joints – will have been included in the test outcome. We’re confident, then, that the acoustic performance is being properly and thoroughly measured and recorded before our products are marketed. This sort of testing doesn’t just happen once. We re-test and adjust our products as part of our commitment to improvement and innovation. Our latest range of glass doors is testament to this. Symmetry, Affinity and Amity offer our best acoustic standards yet. They perform so well because there is no acoustic weak point and that is what really sets these products apart from those of our competitors. Doors have traditionally been the Achilles’ heel in any glass partition. They have always had a negative impact on overall audio performance because it is so difficult to effectively seal a closed door. Until now. Optima engineers have found a way of minimising the loss of sound insulation to such a degree that our doors are virtually on a par in acoustic performance with our partitions. It’s a real step forward in glass partitioning developments. This is against the backdrop of our unique, market-leading product design which applies to our entire portfolio of partitions. Our glass fits so neatly within its frame that sound insulation is at its optimum for this sort of structure. Take our Revolution 54 system. Its double glazed structure offers maximum acoustic performance despite its slim-line appearance. That’s because of our investment in ensuring that every aspect of our systems plays its part in making Optima partitions the best acoustic performers there are.
The Optima Group has recently given contributions and assistance to a fabulous community café in High Wycombe that exists to create employment opportunities for people with learning disabilities or mental health needs.
The Optima Group was delighted recently to support a local pantomime that featured a cast of over 20 adult actors with learning difficulties.
We are proud to have been awarded two certificates for Excellent Quality by ISG for our partitioning installations at Tokio Marine Kiln and The News Building.
The Irish Fit Out Awards, held on 4th November 2014 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Dublin, celebrated the biggest achievements within the Irish Fit Out market.
Huge congratulations to Optima's Rob Judd and Dave Harvey who have successfully completed a gruelling charity bike ride after months of training.
Optima’s regional Account Managers, Lucy Jones and Paul Lewis, were delighted to host a table at the prestigious RIBA West Midlands Regional Awards Dinner on Saturday 12th April, which took place at the iconic Library of Birmingham.
Optima Asia Pacific and MTM Solutions sponsored the "Industry Dragon Boat Day" on 6th September 2013 at Kallang Road, Riveride Park, Singapore.
Optima attended an evening of industry networking and entertainment at the Mixology summer ball at Old Billingsgate in London on 19th June.
Optima has been presented with an AIS Silver award in recognition of its work carried out for Siemens at The Crystal in London's Royal Victoria Docks.
Members of Optima's project team for the Library of Birmingham were delighted to attend the charity ball that was held on Saturday 11th May to celebrate the end of the prestigious project.
Optima’s operations in the Middle East have gone from strength to strength in recent years, with over one hundred high profile projects being completed in just four years across the region.
Optima has received a major boost to its rapidly expanding overseas operations with the opening of its first factory in Malaysia.
Optima's new After Sales Service brochure is now available.
Optima has secured a major contract for insurance broker Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
Optima's hard work and commitment at K&L Gates LLP, One New Change, London, was officially recognised by contractor ISG Plc.
You played our Optimov game throughout Movember; now view the winners via the link below.
Well it’s the end of Movember for Team Optimov 2012, with over 36 participants growing and cultivating their manly taches for a good cause. Thursday 29th November saw the culmination of everyone’s efforts at an Optima do at the Slaughtered Lamb in Clerkenwell, London.
Bisset Adams partnered up with Main Contractor 8 Build to create a new concept in hotel design for Sleep 2012. The event is a remarkable combination of a hotel design and development conference, seminars, a major trade exhibition, a showcase of built hotel concepts and the European Hotel Design Awards.
On Thursday 8th November 2012 Optima and Taylor Made Joinery Interiors hosted a butchery class at The Ginger Pig Shop in Marylebone with some key clients from within the construction industry.
This year Optima is hijacking Movember 2012 and we are roping in all the Optima staff and customers with their glorious bum fluff to join team Optimov.
The Optima Group is extremely proud to be a sponsor of Heron Olympic Football Club in the FA Horsham and District Youth Football League.
Optima and Walls to Workstations Ltd are proud to be a sponsor of this year’s inaugural Irish Times Fit Out Awards.
Optima AsiaPacific and MTM Solutions sponsered the "Industry Dragon Boat Day" on Friday 28th September 2012 at Kallang Road, Riveride Park, Singapore.
Optima is pleased to announce the appointment of Nigel Hunter.
Optima is pleased to announce the appointment of Jon Penney. Jon joins the team as Technical Account Manager for London. An experienced business development manager as well as being skilled in bid writing and bid management. Jon is a welcome addition to the team.
Optima’s training centre facility in Radstock, near Bath, was developed to support the training programme with custom training rigs representing the entire product range.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA) have accredited Optima Group with the rarely won, Gold Achievement Award.