Who?

Nottingham Forest Football Club

What?

Provide interior design, project management, fit out and refurbishment services

Where?

City Ground, Nottingham

When?

Six week programme during Summer 2013 and four week programme in Autumn 2014.

Cost?

£800K

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Nottingham Forest Football Club

 

“We were delighted with their professionalism, attention to detail, and close involvement throughout.”

Case Study

World famous football club Nottingham Forest chose WorkBox to revamp their executive boxes, player’s lounge and chairman’s office.

The work, which also included the refurbishment of the City Ground’s Main Stand and the Brian Clough Stand, was carried out during the summer in time for the new season to kick off.

Nottingham Forest’s Commercial Manager, Simon Fotheringham, said: “In choosing WorkBox, we felt confident from the outset that we would receive the highest quality of service.”

WorkBox were tasked to revamp the back room areas of the historic Brian Clough Stand including the refurbishment of 34 executive boxes, two large reception lounges as well as male and female toilets. The project also saw the complete fit out of the chairman’s office as well as the creation of a new Post Match Room and Player’s Lounge. The main reception and surrounding corridors were also refurbished. The work was completed in time for the first game of the season against Huddersfield when fans, staff and players were able to enjoy the new areas.

WorkBox then successfully completed another milestone project for Nottingham Forest when they were invited back to refurbish the Robin Hood Suite. The works included a new bar, reception area, toilets and function room for over 200 people. The installation included a state of the art AV system, new air conditioning, lighting and ceiling grid as well as decoration, new carpets and extensive murals over 50% of the walls depicting Forest players through the years.

“In choosing WorkBox, we felt confident from the outset that we would receive the highest quality of service.”