2015-07-21

Style appointed as moveable wall partner to Sunesis

Style, the UK’s leading moveable partitioning wall specialist, has been appointed as a key partner to Sunesis, the market leaders in pre-designed buildings across a range of market sectors.

Sunesis is a joint venture between Scape Group and Willmott Dixon offering buildings delivered through an OJEU compliant framework to a tried and tested efficient process. Clients are able to choose a building model that best meets their needs, then personalise it according to their preferences and requirements.

Flexible space is an important part of that personalisation process, and Sunesis customers benefit from the very best partitioning solution thanks to the partnership with Style, which is providing a DORMA Variflex moveable wall with a superb 55dB Rw acoustic rating.

Tim Carey, product director at Sunesis, said, “Sunesis is a highly innovative and modern approach to building specification, offering a fixed cost, defined construction timescale and the benefit of a full Level 2 BIM model.

“Working with other forward-thinking, market leading businesses adds significant value to the overall Sunesis proposition and it is therefore essential that our supplier partners are able to guarantee quality, cost and delivery when their products are chosen by our clients.

“Style is a company we have known and respected for several years, and with whom we have always had a strong working relationship. We are therefore delighted to welcome them as key partners to our Keynes2 range of primary schools – a market that Style knows extremely well.”

Mike Fine, Style’s director for the midlands, added, “Being involved in ground-breaking concepts in the construction sector is a real privilege and we are delighted that our ongoing investment in our people, processes, products and overall quality standards has resulted in us become a trusted partner to Willmott Dixon and Scape on such an exciting venture.

“DORMA Variflex is a superb product, and a key advantage for schools is that the panels are manufactured separately to the frame, making them easy to change if one is damaged or scuffed.

“It’s also a hugely popular partitioning wall system that is simple to manoeuvre, enabling a room to be divided in two, or opened up completely, offering real flexibility in the way the space is used.”

For more information, please contact your nearest regional Style office.