Client: Hewlett Packard Location: Leixlip, Co. Kildare Product: Steel Protective Partitioning System
Fit-out of free standing steel protective partitions including swipe card access controlled automated doors complete with personnel safety barriers in Buildings 2, 4 and 8 for Hewlett-Packard at the 80-hectare site at Liffey Park Technology Campus, Leixlip, Co. Kildare.
The world’s largest technology company with revenue totaling $126 billion for fiscal 2010 and approximately 324,600 employees worldwide, Hewlett-Packard employs approximately 2,700 people at Leixlip and a total of over 4,000 people across five divisions in Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Allied are proud to have completed this project on time and within budget while meeting all Health & Safety standards on a project that Hewlett-Packard now uses as its global manufacturing benchmark. Client: Hewlett-Packard Ireland
Steel Protective Partitioning Systems
Our steel protective partitioning systems are developed and manufactured to satisfy all the requirements that are today placed on practical partitioning systems. Excellent safety characteristics in the protective partitioning systems are naturally a matter of course. As such, our wall systems fulfill the Euro Norm (EN) standard that apply to this category of protection.
Besides safety, it is important that the protective wall system also functions as smoothly as possible. The idea behind our partitioning system is that it should facilitate all work that takes place both inside and outside the walls.
Our protective wall systems are built as modular panels and posts using standard colours. This ensures that you can seamlessly complement existing protection as is required. You will also discover how easy it is to assemble, disassemble and relocate our wall systems.
Smooth and easy handling, together with speed of delivery and assembly ensure that you always obtain a good total economy when you choose our protective wall systems. Hewlett Packard New multi-lingual technical support centre Hewlett-Packard, Leixlip.