CGC are delighted to have successfully delivered a substantial refurbishment to the client meeting rooms of one of the largest global law firms, based in Canary Wharf. Working alongside the clients internal Project Managers, the refurbishment was completed in 5 phases over 50 weeks, whilst maintaining an operational and functional meeting room facility.
Building services enhancements were made to improve energy efficiencies from air conditioning and lighting within project as well as sustainable upcycling of existing doors and frames.
The refurbishment and upgrade of the AV & VC technologies have been found to be of great benefit in the wake of COVID-19, offering best in class online facilities for meeting clients in a virtual environment.
‘‘CGC has built a very strong 20 year relationship with us, by successfully delivering to our expectations. Most recently CGC have very effectively delivered a new client meeting facility fit-out project in our London HQ, helping us to transform to a flexible meeting facility with the latest AV & VC facilities, which are proving beneficial in the current Covid environment”Head of Facilities – Legal, Canary Wharf
Clients objectives met:
• Refurbished the rooms and common areas, including decoration, furniture and technology to give the rooms a more modern look & feel.
• Completed essential maintenance of the M&E services that support the client meeting rooms, required under the lease obligations.
• Reconfigured several rooms to ensure flexibility around room size aligns more closely with the needs of the business.
• Upgraded the technology supporting the rooms, improving connectivity as well as telephone and video conference capabilities.
• Used the space footplate of the meeting room more effectively and efficiently.
• Constructed six new meeting rooms – utilising redundant space in the adjacent common areas – to replace the nine rooms being removed to create the extended agile working space.
• Increased the client meeting suite capacity by re-planning and using redundant space adjacent to the current facility.
For more information please contact Andy Driver, Project Director.