WP Group chose to partner with Spectrum Workplace for a complete office design and fit out project for their new office space in Grosvenor Square, Southampton. WP Group are a leading South Coast supplier of fuels and lubricants and are now part of Moove Lubricants. They had out-grown their old office in Fawley and wanted to improve the collaboration within the team. The project included a complete design of the office allowing for their growing staff numbers and a full fit out of the office space.
THE RIGHT PARTNER FOR AN OFFICE DESIGN AND FIT OUT PROJECT IN SOUTHAMPTON.
WP Group were looking for a company who they could work with. Especially someone who would listen to their brief and understand their specific requirements. It was also important to them that their office fit out company would take on the complete office design and fit out project. Our design team were able to work with the directors of WP Group to achieve the staff numbers needed. In addition our design team created an office design that portrayed the new branding. Once we were on site they were able to give us full responsibility for the office fitout works.
One thing that set Spectrum Workplace apart at the design stage was the way we worked with them. The layout and design of the office was developed with the client which they appreciated. Overall they were very impressed with the way the Spectrum team delivered an office design that the whole team could be proud of.
What was the outcome for the client of carrying out the design and fit out of their new office space in Southampton?
“This is a significant step change in our facilities after leaving our long-term home of 50 years at Fawley refinery and represents a significant investment in the future of our Fuels business.”
“I didn't anticipate just how rewarding it was going to be. From the initial brainstorming sessions, to concept creation, to the day the doors opened. Every time someone visits us for the first time, the sense of really delivering on the goals of the project is further highlighted”