Who?

Squiz UK

What?

Interior design, project management, complete fit out

Where?

Central London

When?

Summer 2015 over six weeks

Cost?

£200K

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“The workmanship, materials and fittings have all stood the test of time. Our offices look as good now as the day we moved in.”

Case Study

WorkBox were selected to carry out extensive office refurbishment and fit out work in central London for digital firm, Squiz UK. The client asked for a modern and vibrant workspace at their head office to mirror the dynamic nature of their business. WorkBox came up with a design including new internal feature walls, designer bespoke furniture, a new auditorium with AstroTurf stepped seating  and a new suspended glass ceiling. Other elements included new office furniture, newly built training room and meeting rooms which featured the latest audio visual technology.

Squiz’s Stephen Morgan, said: “Squiz asked WorkBox to transform two work spaces in the iconic Zetland House building in Shoreditch. Both offices lived up to our very high expectation. Our staff love the spaces and the open, modern feel that Workbox provided.”

He added: “As an owner, I am particularly pleased because the workmanship, materials and fittings have all stood the test of time. Our offices look as good now as the day we moved in. I’d be more than happy to provide a reference for Stuart and his team.”

Senior project manager at WorkBox, Andrew Johnson, said: “ Squiz were a great client to work with from start to finish. They are a forward looking and innovative organisation which complement our vision at WorkBox.”

Squiz UK is a global technology and strategy business that drives digital transformation for its customers. The company was founded in 1998 when John-Paul Syriatowicz and Stephen Barker identified a gap in the market for a CMS (content management system) product that empowered users to manage their own content and connect with customers on a more intimate level. The firm now has 13 global offices and employs more than 450 people in five countries including the US, Australia and New Zealand.