Mile End Office Furniture
Business Services in Adelaide
Address107 Henley Beach Rd. Adelaide. Adelaide, SA, 5000.
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Respected as the industry leader in offering the superior office furniture at the most affordable price. All of our customized furniture is sourced through our local supply chain. Mile Last Office Furniture has grown rapidly over the years, from a continuing strength in quality secondhand furniture to corporate custom fit outs and durable education furniture. This growth is felled by our philosophy of exceptional customer service and the sale of the highest quality product at a value for money price. Mile End Office Furniture is committed to sourcing the superior quality office furniture products locally and internationally and offering them at the most competitive price in South Australia. Our entire understanding of office ergonomics and HHS requirements permit Mile Last Office Furniture to labor in conjunction with our clients to accomplish superior work practices. An emphasis on workstation solutions and supporting products has been made to reflect the preceding inquiries and needs of our Corporate clients, Architects, Interior Designers and Builders. Mile Last Education was established in 1997 and has grown to become South Australia’s leader in education furniture. With our regular commitment to research and development, Mile Final Office Furniture recognized that the education sector had specific furniture requirements that were not being met. Kindergartens, Schools and Tertiary Institutions are now able to access fresh designs, consistently high quality and solely customized furniture. The Adelaide Mail described the theater as double fronted, with two fine shops and a wonderful entrance. There were ti pup seats in the dearer portion, and the six penny section was all upholstered. Films were screened instead at the nearby (and much larger) Thebarton Town Hall. The seating was advertised to be the latest and most luxurious. However, the outer of the building changed little, if at all. The large capacity Thebarton Town Hall, almost opposite, continued to yield film screenings. The Plaza, since closure, has been worn for a variety of purposes, including auction rooms and retail shops. A mezzanine floor has been built across the former stalls area to give two levels of show rooms. With the proposed widening of Henley Beach Road in 1993, the theater’s facade is expected to be demolished.