Sign up for a post office refurbishment support or facilities management programme.
In terms of the ongoing support you are likely to need as your business flexes, it is wise to look upon the completion of your office refurbishment as a starting point rather than a goal.
As people come and go, the business climate changes and your needs continue to evolve. You may need to rely on post-contract experts, who should be on hand to make the alterations and revisions needed quickly and without fuss.
No-one will understand your offices better than the team that produced the design and completed the office refurbishment and, the peace of mind that will stem from knowing you can call on the same level of response and professionalism as during the initial project, should mean rooms may be quickly reconfigured, data points and electrics added, air conditioning enhanced, or workstations supplied without any unnecessary delay or cost.
Even the smaller jobs – such as minor partitioning alterations, carpeting works, repairing leaking taps, redecorating, repairing damage and making sure ongoing preventative maintenance is taken care of – should all benefit from a single continuity point from which you can cope with disasters or even plan a programme of remedial work over several weeks or months.
A full facilities management programme could also cover health and safety, security, cleaning, catering, as well as planned preventative maintenance.
Maris Interiors LLP is the UK’s leading specialist in workplace consultancy, workplace optimisation, office design, office refurbishment, office fit-out and office relocation. Maris design and create world class working environments for occupiers throughout the UK and continental Europe. The Maris team of experts has extensive and in-depth knowledge of how good office design and fit-out can substantially improve business performance, save vast amounts of money and help retain and attract key people.
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