We have been delivering successful showcase projects for over thirty years, and we're here to share that experience with you.
Please never feel shy about involving us at any stage of your project.
- Our innovative design and development team can help you refine your vision.
- Our experienced project managers can help you map out your project, identifying risks and dependencies.
- Our manufacturing and support teams can supply and install the showcases that you or your team specify.
- Our support teams can help you manage your new showcases, before, during and long after installation.
Wherever you are in your decision-making process, ClickNetherfield is here to help you.
Over the years we have worked with many of the world's leading museums, architects and museum designers. We use this experience to help you refine your concept.
Design is the core of our business and we are able to engineer cutting edge design that provides the highest level of performance.
Does your preferred design meet your needs? Our project management will not let us begin manufacture until we and you are sure that it does.
All our showcases are built to order in our own factory. High-tech equipment is operated by experienced hands to ensure that your showcase is perfect.
Nothing leaves our gates unless it meets our strict levels of quality. All showcases are hand assembled and checked by eye.
Our service is a full service. This means that we take responsibility for delivering your showcase.
Our installation teams are exhaustively and continually trained, as we know that installation is every bit as important as design and manufacture.
Our role doesn't end once your showcase is installed. Our support services help you live with your showcase throughout its life.
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Museum of Islamic Art, Doha
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