Atea is a supplier of IT infrastructure and solutions that add value.
Atea employs almost 1,500 people in Denmark, with branches all over the country.
In conjunction with the occupation of new premises in Aarhus and the renovation of the department in Ballerup, the company focused on the need for flexible workstations. According to Lasse Nielsen, project manager at Duelco,
- Atea is a business where many of its consultants and sales staff frequently liaise with customers in the field. ìThey are only ever in the office for short periods of time, and for this reason Atea wanted to arrange matters so that it had flexible shared workstations. Duelco was contracted to supply around 650 electrical panels in cooperation with desk manufacturer R+R A/S and others.
As far as Atea was concerned, Duelcoís electrical panels had to be structured according to the customerís requests and needs, and they had to be robust and permit later alterations where necessary.
- The desks are equipped with electrical panels with 230 V sockets for usersí computers, chargers, lamps and so forth. The electrical panels are built into the desktop and can be discreetly tucked away under a cover when not in use. The electrical panels in the conference tables have 230 V sockets, as well as AUX, HDMI and PDS sockets so that computers and AV equipment can be connected to them, says Duelco project manager Lasse Nielsen.
Lasse Nielsen mentions a unique Atea conference table as a curious example of a specialised custom solution.
- This is a raw, rustic table made from old bulwarks. This table is a striking contrast to the streamlined solutions of the world of IT, but obviously it also has recessed Duelco electrical panels at either end of the table top, he smiles.