‘Optima’ in a class of its own

August 12, 2016 | | Systems

UnisWhat is it about the Optima partition system that has so captured the interest of so many universities?

Optima is well known for its acoustic properties, but so are many other proprietary and conventional ways of building walls.  We posed this question to Brett Warner – Optima Technical Sales Representative based at Quadric Sydney.  He commented “The decision to ‘go Optima’ has been easy for institutions like universities.  They are looking for trusted suppliers that partner with their designers to guide the project through the minefield of requirements that are required when delivering a public space. Educational providers look for innovative solutions to common obstacles, and that fits the ethic of what Optima is about.”

Optima was developed hand in hand with the design community to overcome the inherent problems with the ways partitions are normally built.  Engineered in the UK, this perfect blend between aesthetics and acoustics has resulted in its popularity catching on worldwide, and no more than in Australia.

The following educational institutions have come on board: QUT, UQ, UNSW, UWS, UNE, UTS, Monash Uni, Forest Hill College.

For more information on how Optima can add value to your educational space, contact Quadric.