KPI Bridge Oil
6,000 sq ft
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KPI Bridge Oil

Client Background

KPI Bridge Oil is one of the world’s leading international bunker broking firms, they arrange bunker supplies for vessels in more than 2800 ports and offshore spots worldwide.Their access to real-time market information and long-established credit lines with suppliers means they can use their buying power in the right place and at the right time

Points of note

KPI Bridge Oil has had their office relocated from 36 Broadway, SW1 to the fourth floor at Cardinal House where they have taken 6,000 sq ft. Expansion of KPI Bridge Oil’s business operations was the driving force behind this move.

Maris have provided a high-end design with bespoke joinery and partitioning; including a 20m sloping joinery wall. The office layout was configured to be able to accommodate meeting and trading facilities for both Group and UK office operations.

Premises

Cardinal Place 80 Victoria Street SW1
Size
6,000 sq ft
Timescale
7 weeks

Scope of works

  • Bespoke graphics
  • Electrical Infrastructure
  • Feature wall
  • Floor coverings
  • Lighting
  • Meeting suites
  • Partitioning
  • Project management
  • Space planning and design consultancy
  • Specialist joinery
  • Tea point facilities

“It was a delight to have completed this project for KPI Bridge Oil. My main priority was to deliver an office that the Client could be proud of, and I think we have achieved it here”

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