This case study of one of William’s projects demonstrates how it is possible to deliver an extensive refurbishment using a combination of creating temporary workspaces and flexible working solutions to successfully deliver for a client.
There were a number of meeting rooms that the staff and the clients needed to use during the refit. As well as the corridor areas providing access to the meeting rooms. Another requirement was to ensure that the reception area continued to be serviced.
William put together a rolling programme which outlined in advance when, period to period, which meeting rooms would not available while they were being worked on. Collaborating as a team with Taylor Vinters, William ensured there was a strategy for coordinating the works. This also involved moving reception to a temporary location so that it could be refurbished. William and his team successfully coordinated all these different aspects of the project and there was minimal disruption to the staff during the refurbishment.
“William was involved in a large project which took four months to complete. One of the biggest challenges was making sure that our reception service was maintained whilst relocating it from one side of the building to the other. William came up with a solution, in his usual calm and focused manner, ensuring our reception service experienced no downtime.
William’s wealth of experience in his industry means that he is able to deal with any issue that arises swiftly and efficiently ensuring the project is completed on time and on budget.”
(Jane Isaacson, Facilities Manager, Taylor Vinters.)
Why does Most Interiors go to all this effort? Because as a result of giving a client such personal attention, we have happy clients that come back to us time and time again.
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