PSA Peugeot Citroën
34,000 sq ft
PSA Peugeot Group Offices - Office Design - Office Refurbishment - 5
PSA Peugeot Group Offices - Office Design - Office Refurbishment - 4
PSA Peugeot Group Offices - Office Design - Office Refurbishment - 2
PSA Peugeot Group Offices - Office Design - Office Refurbishment - 1
PSA Peugeot Group Offices - Office Design - Office Refurbishment - 3
PSA Peugeot Group Offices - Office Design - Office Refurbishment - 6

PSA Peugeot Citroën

Client Background

Groupe PSA is a French multinational manufacturer of automobiles and motorcycles sold under the Peugeot, Citroën and DS Automobiles brands.
PSA (with 2.9 million units) was in 2012 the second-largest Europe-based automaker, and the ninth largest in the world, measured by unit production (sixth in 2009).

Points of note

One of our key objectives for this office design and refurbishment project was to create new relaxed and informal spaces in which to meet and encourage collaboration. Introducing relaxed and informal spaces into the open plan area breaks up the monotony of the standard office and encourages collaboration within businesses. The benefit of a more inviting and comfortable workspace that embraces new technology, and therefore provides staff with a choice of where to work, is that it encourages staff retention by making them happier in their work environment.

Additionally we sought to develop a sense of campus and community life. The refectory space or tea point will provide an exciting and relaxing environment for staff to use to recharge and socialise. The benefit of this central hub will be that it will enhance and encourage social and business interactions.

 

 

Premises

Pinley House 2 Sunbeam Way Coventry, CV3
Size
34,000 sq ft
Timescale
12 weeks

Scope of works

  • Bespoke Tea Point
  • Branding
  • Cabling installation
  • CDM, health and safety duties
  • Feature wall
  • Floor coverings
  • Folding walls
  • Furniture
  • Meeting suites
  • New feature lighting
  • Partitioning
  • Project management
  • Value engineering
  • Workplace strategy
BACK TO CASE STUDIES