Case Study: Anglo-Tunisian Oil & Gas ATOG

ATOG is a privately owned oil and gas exploration and production company, dedicated to realising the full potential of its diversified asset portfolio.


  • Office fit-out to cat a space
  • Customer requirement was to create 2x directors offices, 1 meeting room, 1 boardroom and kitchen breakout spaces throughout + furniture. Office for 20 people, with consideration for social distancing when fully occupied.
  • Partitions spec was Full height acoustic plasterboard dividing walls, taped and jointed finish plus decoration, and single glazed full height toughened glass screens complete with bespoke manifestations to the fronts.
  • Airflow between spaces was controlled by HVAC units around the perimeter of the office – bespoke acoustic air transfer grilles were installed to ensure efficient circulation of air between spaces.
commercial refurbished office
  • Soho bench desks with walnut tops, mesh backed operators chairs and a dove grey kitchen finished the large open plan areas – a fusball table completed it!
  • Howdens joinery strip kitchen to the breakout area complete with cherry block worktops – an extra worktop was used to create a high perch table, which divided the kitchen from the work area effectively.
  • Commercial grade vinyl plank wood effect flooring was installed to the kitchen area.

“Dominic, The office looks great, everyone is thoroughly pleased with the results. Thanks for your efforts and hard work. As I said before its been a pleasure working with you, if only there were more contractors about like you when I was in the game”.

Ben Lee

Head of Operations

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