Flight Data Services chose Spectrum Workplace to carry out a complete office design and fit out project for their new office in Whiteley, Hampshire. They are the world’s largest provider of flight data analysis services. They had out-grown their old office building in Fareham and also wanted to improve collaboration within the team. Consequently the office design had to fit in their growing staff numbers and also included a full fit out of the office.
THE RIGHT PARTNER FOR AN OFFICE DESIGN AND FIT OUT PROJECT IN WHITELEY
Flight Data Services were moving from Fareham to Whiteley and were looking for a company they could partner with. Especially one who would listen to their brief and understand their specific requirements. It was also important that they selected an office interiors company who could take on the complete office design and fitout project. Our design team worked with the directors of FDS to achieve the staff numbers needed. In addition our designers presented a radical design that gave the “wow” factor that they were looking for. Once on site we took full responsibility for the complete office fitout project. As a result, FDS had peace of mind that the complete project was in safe hands.
What set Spectrum Workplace apart from the start was the design of the office. The client loved the layout of the office which was a little quirky and different. Additionally they were also very impressed with the way our designers listened to their brief and delivered an office design that the whole team could be proud of.
What was the feedback from the client after carrying out the full design and fit out of their new office space in Whiteley, Hampshire?
“The thing that impressed me most about Spectrum Workplace has got to be the design. Fundamentally their design knocked the spots off the other competitors that we had.”
Director,Flight Data Services, Whiteley
“We’ve already seen people from different teams just walking across and talking to the other guys. Or sitting across in the little meeting pod. All these little pieces of communication are essential to making the business run smoothly. They just happen spontaneously because of the way the office has been designed”