Shop fronts are a crucial element of the branding and appearance of any business, and should therefore be carefully planned and designed. Shopfitters will typically have a design consultant who will liaise with the client on the visual aspects of the shop front.
Frameless glass and aluminium framed glass are the most common types of material utilised for shop fronts. The frameless look is especially popular due to the visual impact and clarity it gives the product. It is achieved by the use of metal frames, in conjunction with silicone joints. Glaziers are integral to any shop fitting enterprise, and will typically be employed directly by the shop fitter.
Other staff that may be employed by a shopfitters include trades such as joiners, carpenters, plumbers, glaziers, painters and electricians - amongst others. Shopfitters will also interact with a number of other stakeholders including the project architects, interior designers as well as the retailer.
The Building Code of Australia (BCA), as well as local council regulations and national standards, regulates all work involved in commercial shopfitting.
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