It’s always exciting for us here at Ultimate when we get the opportunity to work on large projects like this one. Elopak came to us requiring a full Turn-Key Design and Build.
Elopak are an international supplier of paper based packaging for liquid food. They are based in Norway, operating on a global scale; however this build saw us working much closer to home, in the company’s South Manchester unit.
The beauty of any space is that it is much more than just a room or a hallway; it is the freedom to develop and create a completely new environment. It is the opportunity to brainstorm great ideas with the client, implement innovative and exciting pieces of artwork and furniture, and ultimately provide a valuable and effective bespoke solution.
From the various mechanical and electrical installations to the unique blend of carpet and vinyl flooring, no stone was left unturned. Much like a jigsaw, every piece of the puzzle had to be considered before being carefully assembled by our dedicated crew.
Elopak take pride in breaking new ground at every level of packaging, from processing standards to innovative packaging concepts. It therefore made perfect sense for the design and build to reflect that vision in their everyday working environment.
We installed walnut veneered doors, complimented by bespoke manifestation graphics on the glass partitions. We had a new kitchen area built, complete with a breakout area for exchanging thoughts and ideas.
A comprehensive furniture package which included bench desking, seating, desk fabric screens, monitor arms and storage pedestals was also installed, aimed at taking care of the practical requirements of the build.
We finished the project with a funky scenic graphic artwork feature designed to inspire and spark conversations. You can take a look at some more pictures of the finished product on our case study page.
We want to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved for their hard work and commitment, and we hope Elopak and their employees love their new space as much as we loved working on it.
Posted December 16, 2014