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Financial

  • Bank of New York Mellon
  • Boston Consulting Group – ATL
  • Bank of New York
  • DE Shaw & Co
  • Dow Jones
  • The Rothschild Group
  • Nordea Bank
  • TD Bank
  • UBS Financial Services

Glass Office Partitions for the Financial Market

Protecting confidential information and maintaining visibility

Any financial company – from solo practitioner to the largest financial firms – must take deliberate measures to safeguard the private information of its clients, particularly in this era of increasing scrutiny and regulation.

The financial sector can count on Infinium glass office partitions. With organizational transparency and clear industry-leading acoustical performance, Infinium glass walls help protect confidential financial information. “Seen but not heard” certainly characterizes this sector’s need to remain in compliance with regulations.

Boston Consulting Group

Boston Consulting Group

Location: Atlanta, GA
Architect: Elkus Manfredi
Description: Refine double-glazed unitized with full height 10’ double glazed door with standard lockset.  Two floor project with custom dark bronze painted finish on the aluminum.

De Shaw

DE Shaw

Location: New York City
Architect: a+i architecture PC
Description: DE Shaw was a comprehensive project, which included aluminum framed hinge, pivot and sliding doors in an 8’-0” full-height mixed glass and solid panel system. Solid panels included marker board and 2 different shades of melamine, while glass panels were double-glazed, including double-glazed mitered glass corners. The door was incorporated with a mix of 30” and 78” pulls and the aluminum was painted a white 100 – super white.