Mindshare
14,000 sq ft
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Mindshare

Client Background

MindShare is part of WPP’s GroupM; the world’s leading global media investment management operation, which includes MAXUS, Mediacom, Mediaedge:cia and Outrider. They offer their clients core services such as strategic media planning, negotiation and execution, plus specialist services including econometric modelling, research and insights, digital solutions, sports and entertainment sponsorship consultancy and brand driven creative campaigns.

MindShare employ nearly 6,000 people in 67 countries with one aim: to make their clients’ brands more famous and more profitable.

Points of note

This in-situ office design and refurbishment project was carried out over three phases to allow the client to continue their business uninterrupted. The entrance is dominated by a stunning floor to ceiling world map mounted on bespoke joinery. A key objective was to achieve a project theme that was complimentary to the workspace already occupied by MindShare in the building.

Premises

Strand, London, EC2
Size
14,000 sq ft
Timescale
10 Weeks

Scope of works

  • Air-conditioning
  • Audio visual
  • Breakout and tea point facilities
  • Comms room and IT infrastructure
  • Electrical installation
  • Flooring and carpeting
  • Gymnasium
  • Lighting
  • Project management
  • Space planning and design consultancy
  • Specialist joinery

“Maris presented a creative design solution which demonstrated a comprehensive understanding of our project parameters, together with a competitive commercial proposition. A successful project, completed on budget with no surprises on cost. Based on our experience at Strand we engaged the services of Maris on a second project, which was delivered to the same high standards.”

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