Consulting on your workspace
Our workspace review and office space planning accurately identify how well your business operates within your current workspace.
We factor in your present situation, forecasts for growth as well as your aspirations. In doing this, we can ascertain how to achieve the maximum efficiency of your premises, or whether office relocation is your best option.
Our consultancy, which puts the work in well before the tendering process, ensures quality, accuracy, best value and minimised hassle. We do this through:
- Key objectives setting
- Office space planning
- Spatial appraisal
- Leasehold/freehold review
- Information gathering
- Qualifying office running costs
Our detailed information gathering and subsequent cost analysis will provide you with early budgeting data and recommendations for either restructuring your existing office fit out or relocating to new premises.
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New ways of working
As the way we work is changing, so must the way we perceive our workspace.
Trends such as BYOD (bring your own device), working from home, hot desking and cloud computing are altering the needs of the workplace and its inhabitants – with new M&E features, and different office space configurations developed to meet those requirements.
Flexibility on these trends and the office itself have been proven to raise productivity, and overall employee satisfaction. The result of this, in addition to cost savings, is finding it easier to attract, recruit and retain staff.
We’ll explore with you anything you’ve considered introducing – now or in the future – to ensure that fit out works leave your office ready for any changes you make. This includes, for example, increasing the size of breakout areas, as a better use of space – in place of excess, redundant desks.
“We required a new base that was attractive to work in and in keeping with our group and corporate image. KWB was exceptional in finding the building and supporting us through the acquisition process – the KWB service was second to none.”
Andrew de Jong – Arcelor UK