It is crucial that there are no surprises at this stage of the project.
As well that you are made fully aware of the way in which your new offices are likely to look and feel.
Far from being confined to CAD plans and artist’s impressions, the design process should be a captivating journey that includes options for every aspect of the new workplace environment. It should dissect every aspect of each room and working area and incorporate options for finishes, colours, textures, fabrics and veneers, as well as specialist issues, for example, flooring, bespoke joinery and lighting, along with the showcase areas such as reception and executive meeting rooms.
Your workplace design options should also take into account capital allowances and the extent to which you may exploit them by specifying environment-friendly systems or equipment such as the new breed of ‘green’ air conditioning systems.
Your I.T infrastructure and the layout of your Comms room should also benefit from the skills of your workplace designer – particularly if you are able to become intimately involved with the look and feel yourself and maintain a close working relationship with the various creative options as they emerge.
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