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FIT-OUT in historical heritage buildings has “unique features”: the shortage of precise executive documents, a complicated procedure of raising approvals, unpredictability on the site and a lot more.
Business Development Director of Gint-M Artem Panteleev reveals ways to cope with all problems and to reach the result right on time and within the budget limits.
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“One of the most common “acoustic” mistakes in the office fit-out is setup of partitions from the floor up to the suspended ceiling that hides utility lines. Sound waves easily penetrate the so-called ceiling void, spreading over the office. A partition must rise from the floor to the concrete ceiling. This is not so easy in a functional office where an additional room is needed for confidential talks, for example. You have to reconfigure utility lines (services), wasting time and money. It’s better to take care of meeting rooms long before the commencement of construction works,” says Artem Panteleev, Business Development Director, Gint-M, in his interview for Vedomosti, where he discusses the latest trends in the field of acoustic solutions.
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Any construction project is fraught with departures from the original intention, on-site remodeling and emergencies. It is also important to realize that a real estate project is designed and raised by a multitude of contractors. In our reality it is next to impossible to keep track of all alterations and, especially, to gather together all documents. It is this “specificity of national construction” that backfires on engineers creating office projects. Nevertheless, we’ve learned by experience that many engineering mistakes can be forestalled at the stage of design. Business Development Director of Gint-M Artem Panteleev tells the CRE.ru resource about the subtleties of the construction process. Read more
Interestingly enough, up to 80% of all innovations in today’s offices provide for direct communication between people.
For all that, there is an obvious trend towards informal exchange as employees now are more in need of areas for spontaneous and fast meetings for brainstorming and discussing work-related specifics, than confidential meeting rooms.
Business Development Director of Gint-M Artem Panteleev offers the CRE.ru readership a tour of informal meeting rooms in Moscow’s leading international offices. Read more
Gint-M has completed the construction and fit-out of OMEGA boutique in the trading house of GUM in the Red Square.
It is noteworthy that it took only one month for the project to be completed, which is unprecedented for boutiques of this level. A distinct working schedule, whereby all project stages were literally planned on a day-by-day basis, allowed the company to keep within a very tight timeline. A rather large number of location-related instructions and limitations was a challenge for the company. Thus, it was possible to work only at night, not to interfere with the mall’s operation and not to hassle its visitors. Furthermore, in view of the historical status of the facility, works had to be performed with regard for a large number of special construction regulations. For instance, it was forbidden to touch the old brickwork.
The result is an exquisite, trendy and functional interior nicely blending with the entourage of the GUM – one of Moscow’s key landmarks.
Gint-M has completed the construction, fit-out and MEP systems installation in the new Total office. It should be noted that the previous office of the oil and gas company quartered in BC Four Winds was also realized by Gint-M.
Gint-M has completed the construction and fit-out of a new office for the international company Align Technology, operating in the area of medical technologies.
During three months and a half the construction company Gint-M managed to carry out a full range of detailed design, construction and fit-out works in the client’s premises, also laying all essential utility lines. The architecture was developed by ABD Architects.
The market of corporate interiors is going through transformation, caused by changing specifics of work processes, with companies constantly looking back to personnel efficiency and space savings. This leads to re-conception of the office space.
Artem Panteleev, business development director of Gint-M, dwelled on the key trends in this sector, the cost of effective workspace and how the latter is capable of increasing labor productivity, in his exclusive interview for Zdanie.info.