Littlejohn
30,000 sq ft
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Littlejohn

Client Background

Littlejohn is an independent firm of chartered accountants and business advisors.

From their base at Canary Wharf in London’s Docklands, they serve a wide range of business and private clients. Through their independent membership of Polaris International, the accountancy firm network, they are represented across the world.

Points of note

With this budget sensitive office design and fit-out project we had limited scope for feature areas but created an angled architectural polished plaster wall that frames the reception and Littlejohn branding. It is positioned towards the windows to open up the reception area and central “island” of soft seating for visitors.

By working with the grain of the building we were able to design a layout that included the construction of 52 cellular spaces with only 2 fan coil unit moves. This saved the Client a huge portion of its fit-out budget on unseen items, freeing-up budget for key front of house finishes.

Premises

Westferry Circus, Canary Wharf, London, EC1
Size
30,000 sq ft
Timescale
10 Weeks

Scope of works

  • Air-conditioning modifications
  • Bespoke joinery
  • CDM, health and safety duties
  • Feature walls in reception
  • Flooring
  • Integration of audio visual and security installations
  • Meeting suites
  • New feature lighting
  • Project management
  • Space planning and design consultancy

“We are very grateful for the professionalism, hard work and good humour that you have brought to what, at times, had been quite a challenging project given the various parties involved. On behalf of all of us here, I wish you all the best for the future. Once again, thank you very much for a job very well done.”

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