SPACE, is pleased to announce the appointment of Jay Anderson to the role of Business Development Manager, reporting into Dom Sarsons, Head of Client Services. The appointment has been made to further strengthen SPACE’s position as one of the UK leaders in design & build. Proven experience in delivering growth, Jay will maintain and develop a wide network with diverse industry sectors through which she will generate significant long-term opportunities for new business.
Dom Sarsons commented, “We are delighted to welcome Jay to our SPACE sales team. She will actively contribute towards the successful delivery of the company’s growth plans. She will be looking closely at how our industry is developing in these post pandemic times and ensuring our agile approach offers clients the support they need to design workspaces that work for them now and in the future.”
is pleased to announce that Liam Watson has joined the Projects Team as
Assistant Projects Manager, reporting into Richard Harmer, Head of Projects
(London). Site based; Liam will support
the Project Manager to ensure the smooth workings of a busy site ensuring
health & safety compliance with site rules and regulations are always
Harmer, Head of Projects, London said, “SPACE has been designing and building
commercial offices for our clients since 2008.
We are passionate about delivering exceptional service for all our
clients and Liam’s role will be instrumental to achieving a productive,
compliant site which delivers the project on schedule. We are very happy he has joined the team, he
brings with him good site experience and a willingness to learn quickly which
will set him up for success.”
We are delighted to welcome Charlotte Kerley to the Simul
Group as Project Co-ordinator, reporting into Group Contracts Director, Tom
O’Callaghan. Within the SIMUL Group
portfolio, Charlotte’s role will provide full administrative, health &
safety advisory support to our Projects Team, subcontractors and clients
through the on-site delivery stage.
Construction company – SCAPE; Design & Build company – SPACE both
place critical importance on the safe and efficient running of their
Tom O’Callaghan, Group Contracts
Director said, “Charlotte has health & safety,
administrative experience. She will play
a pivotal role in ensuring that all projects run smoothly and safely, exceeding
client’s expectations across the SIMUL Group.
We are very happy to welcome her to our team.”
SPACE – specialists in design and
build workspaces – is cementing its growth plans following the recruitment of a
new senior designer. Jordy Dent has built
his career within the design & build industry and has built a portfolio of
both high and low budget projects with the vision to create world class working
environments for clients. He has a
relenting passion for solving problems and creating exciting, innovative
designs that mirror his client’s ambitions to create workspaces where people
thrive, and business grows.
At SPACE, Jordy will take the
lead on all aspects of the design process for his clients to tailor solutions
which suit their requirements and budgets.
Jordy said, “I’m looking forward to being part of a Company which is
continuing to grow despite the challenging times post COVID pandemic and that
they remain focussed on their core values offering quality and superior
experience to their growing client base.”
Lindsey Sexton-Chadwick, Group
Commercial Director for Simul Group said, “Jordy is a highly creative, skilled
designer who has a wealth of experience in all aspects of the design
process. He has a keen eye for detail,
an impressive portfolio and we are delighted he has joined our growing team.”
It’s Friday, missing a few drinks after work? Check out this awesome view from London’s third tallest skyscraper – Tower 42. SPACE is delighted to deliver this ambitious CAT-B fitout over two floors to a high specification for our client DVB Bank SE. The focus was very much on the user experience – DVB Bank wanted to create a positive working environment in which employees feel motivated and productive providing a balance between collaborative and private workspaces. Great view to get back to.
Last week we released a sneaky preview into the concept of clubworking.
Our client, Old Bond Store in Southampton has cracked that nut for progressive businesses that want to outsource their entire office function on-demand with premium facilities and services included, chargeable only when used.
We worked closely with the client to create a stylish, discerning ‘private club environment’ taping into the heritage of the building mirrored using the latest technology to create a future-thinking space.
Thank you to everyone involved in this project, in particular, Liam Doe.
Looking back to the beginning of lockdown, we all adjusted to the ‘new norm’ quickly. Everyone focussed on staying healthy and hoping that COVID-19 virus would pass them by.
The kitchen table for many became the new workstation. Toddlers, cats, and dogs took on new performing roles as they jumped into sight of conference calls. Regardless of our personal situation we had all sworn a secret oath of support and tolerance. No mention of bad hair days; sloppier clothes than normal or messy rooms or ultra-stylish rooms that made the new office backdrop.
New behaviours emerged as the Zoom wave caught on. Microsoft Teams & Google Classroom became a hive of activity with multigenerations using technology to stay connected with the world which overnight had changed.
Today at SPACE we’re all thinking carefully about the impact we have on the planet. We’re encouraging everyone to do the simple things like; turning off the lights and other electrical equipment when not in use… recycling, reducing and reusing everything we can, and to always be aware of our negative impact on the planet 🌍💚