FESPA is a global federation of national printing associations, based in Reigate, Surrey. They needed to redesign their offices to accommodate more staff and also wanted a refurbishment at the same time. Their main challenge was to undertake the project but not disrupt their day-to-day operation. Their design brief specifically including a vibrant and striking colour pallette because motivation was key. Consequently they chose to partner with Spectrum Workplace for the complete office redesign and refurbishment project. The refurbishment project included new flooring, decoration, meeting rooms and also a staff breakout space.
THE RIGHT PARTNER FOR A OFFICE DESIGN AND REFURBISHMENT IN SURREY.
FESPA, based in Reigate, Surrey, were looking for a company who they could work with. Also someone who was capable of a redesigning their office to fit in more staff and create a vibrant design. The design of the office had to be colourful and motivational for their staff, encourage collaboration and retain their talent. Our design team were able to work with the directors to achieve the look and feel they wanted. The office refurbishment works were undertaken in just over a week to minimise disruption to their day-to-day business.
One point of difference that set Spectrum Workplace apart was our collaborative approach in working with the client. The client also appreciated the innovative design solutions that our design team came up with.
What was the outcome for the client of carrying out a office design and refurbishment of their office space in Surrey?
To answer that question, here are some testimonials from some of the staff involved in the office design and fitout process.
“Their presentation, and the presentation of their proposal was the most professional. They were flexible, for example they gave us some chart samples to test out. They also advised on what would work and came up with suggestions and helpful ideas that used the space”
“What Spectrum did particularly well was give us suggestions that we hadn’t even thought of. They weren’t off the grid in terms of our thinking. But in terms of what we wanted to achieved they came up with some great ways that we could do that.”