Iberdrola
10,300 sq ft
Iberdrola Offices Tudor Street - Workplace Design & Office Fit-Out Project - 3
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Iberdrola

Client Background

Iberdrola / Scottish Power are the world leader in wind energy and one of the top five energy companies in the world.

Points of note

Iberdrola now occupy 10,000 square feet at 4th floor level, commanding impressive views and natural daylight that will complement their way of working.

We created an outstanding reception area, the first point of visual contact for those who arrive within Iberdrola’s office – an environment which capitulates the renewable energy culture of the business.

Iberdrola’s Chairman required an Executive Suite, for those times he visits and conducts his business in London, and we created a workplace environment designed to reflect the importance and gravity of his position within Iberdrola.

This is the second office fit-out completed by Maris in One Tudor Street, having already completed a major office design and relocation on the 6th floor earlier this year.

Premises

Tudor Street, London, EC4
Size
10,300 sq ft
Timescale
6 Weeks

Scope of works

  • Audio visual
  • Bespoke joinery
  • Bespoke Reception Desk
  • Carpets and specialist floor finishes
  • CDM, health and safety duties
  • Executive suite
  • Feature glazing
  • Feature walls in reception
  • Furniture
  • Project management
  • Security installations
  • Space planning and design consultancy

“Maris were chosen from a competitive selection environment and awarded the contract based on their ability to capture the culture and business ethos within our workplace design concepts and unique workplace optimisation process.”

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