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“Undertaking projects from small to large, easy to complex, the company has the infrastructure and


support services to cater for all eventualities. ”


Big enough to take on a challenge...


small enough to care! by RUSSELL BALL, MANAGER, TOWER SHOPFITTING by RUSSELL BALL,MANAGER, TOWER SHOPFITTING


Shopfitting is the profession involved with the process of preparing (fitting out) the inside and exterior of office, commercial and retail units, with equipment, fixtures and fittings


A


well thought out office makes for happier and more


productive staff. Likewise an inviting store space substantially increases the amount of time shoppers spend in it, so it’s vital for increasing sales.


In the past, shopfitting mainly


consisted of installing shelves, counters and other basic fixtures that were necessary to store and display items either in a working or retail environment. Nowadays office and retail spaces are less clinical and they are intended to provide an environment that is both welcoming and relaxing to


the user.


The emphasis on good interior design has also been identified by other businesses such as bars, restaurants and hotels. Tower’s experience of working in all these environments gives clients access to a vast database of


Shopfitting is the profession involved with the process of preparing (fitting out) the inside and exterior of office commercial and retail units with equipment fixtures and fittings


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