The SAS International Dublin office is currently closed. In order to continue providing our service to customers, our key staff are set up at home and available to facilitate specification/design queries, pricing and order processing. In line with the Irish Government directive, we can arrange the dispatch of material for vital COVID-19 related projects by appointment.
All of the SAS International manufacturing sites remain open. We are following strict ‘social distancing’ regimes, conducted risk assessments on every process, and we continue to devise ways of improving the safety of each process.
We have been developing a range of Personal Space Management products that not only contribute to the global effort of social distancing but aid in building confidence in those that will soon return to premises such as their workplace, service provider or retail outlets.
SAS International is a leading British manufacturer of quality metal ceilings and bespoke architectural metalwork. Installed in iconic, landmark buildings worldwide, SAS leads through innovation, cutting-edge design and technical acoustic expertise. Success is built on continued investment in manufacturing and achieving value for clients through world-class engineered solutions.
A new Chief Exec at SAS
Right at the end of 2020, we welcomed our new Chief Exec, Gert van Doormalen. Gert’s background demonstrates a proven track-record of re-focusing businesses with customer satisfaction at the forefront of his delivery plans. He was an obvious choice for SAS, and he tells us we were for him! We predict the start of a sympatico new era for SAS.
Surface Hygiene, From the Top Down
With experts warning that, even with a vaccine, we could be living with Coronavirus for years to come, the selection of materials and finishes to impede cross contamination and enable enhanced cleaning protocols will be key to providing clean and safe indoor environments.
Ventilation, Cooling and Covid-19.
The impact of Covid-19 is set to change the way buildings are ventilated and cooled. The virus could result in a move away from conventional, recirculating air conditioning systems to more innovative solutions such as radiant chilled ceilings and displacement ventilation to help minimise its transmission in new buildings.