Brisbaneâ€™s family-owned and operated business Commercial Images has moved premises for its twentieth birthday celebrations in April.
March 29th, 2010
The company’s innovative commercial showroom now at 387 Montague Road, West End is open from 8.30am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday. The showroom, only minutes from Brisbane’s CBD also provides client parking.
Commercial Images’ extensive range aims to cater for each customer’s individual furniture requirements from corporate offerings for reception, workstations and boardrooms to items for the health, hospitality and domestic industries.
The company offers “furniture with a conscience” incorporating products with AFRDI and GECA accreditation and specialises in custom-made furniture to suit certain specifications, designs and budgetary requirements.
Working in conjunction with architects, interior designers, developers, project managers and building contractors the company also supplies products directly to clients.
As the Queensland agent for several national manufacturers – including Burgtec, Artifex Australia, Bevisco Commercial Interiors, Gregory and HAG – Commercial Images has supplied furniture for companies and government entities such as the University of QLD, Mater Hospital and Brisbane City Council.
Commercial Images has an extensive fabrics and finishes room and also have a boardroom specifiers can book if they have other matters to discuss with clients, particularly for smaller designers who don’t have much space at their own sites.
Manufacturers hold certifications in Environmental Choice Australia, Quality ISO 9001 certified systems and are members of Furntech.
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