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Incentive completes London office relocation, design and fit out project

Incentive Workspace, part of Incentive FM Group, has successfully completed an office relocation, design and fit out for independently-owned wealth management firm, London & Capital (L&C).

The project was delivered on time and saw L&C move into the new and impressive office space at Fitzroy Place in London’s West End, less than 10 months after Incentive Workspace secured the contract.

In the initial phases, Incentive Workspace worked closely with the design partners, Burtt-Jones Brewer, to deliver the design of the office. The emphasis was on creating a contemporary open plan working environment and flexible client meeting rooms including a dedicated area where clients could have informal conversations with their wealth advisors.

Work started on the fit out of the office in September, which included all partitioning, cabling, lighting systems, M&E and HVAC installations, carpeting, and furniture. Incentive Tec were chosen to install the mechanical, electrical and air conditioning systems. Incentive Workspace delivered the fit out by 22 December 2017 which enabled employees to move in by the agreed date of January 2018.

Guy McGlashan, COO at London & Capital, said: “We were thoroughly impressed with Incentive Workspace. Their expertise and ability to react to unexpected changes on the project meant they delivered an impressive office environment on time, that suited our specific business requirements. Our team has been amazed at the value for money we have achieved using the open book style of procuring and managing that Incentive Workspace offers – it is most refreshing.”

Following the relocation, design and fit out of the new office space, Incentive is now responsible for maintaining the building by providing ongoing cleaning and M&E services for L&C and its in house FM team.

 

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