Saracen Interiors has refurbished the office space of Ashford-based airline catering provider Gate Gourmet, ensuring the company can deliver plans to add to their workforce and prepare for growth.
The work undertaken featured the installation of new flooring throughout the building, the fit out of a new break out area, LED lighting and new furniture.
Creative designs and considered costs helped Saracen secure this contract, with director of Saracen Interiors, Michael Page, saying: “We’re sensitive to our clients’ needs, when it comes to potential expansion, and we work hard to maximise the use of any given space.
“Our job is to look at the whole picture and then to come up with flexible designs that will serve a client going forward and not just for the here and now. We are mindful of potential budgets and we design to take any restrictions, budgetary or otherwise, into account.”
Saracen is renown for bettering workplace efficiency and corporate standing, courtesy of its tailor-made, inexpensive solutions.
The last ten years has seen the company go from merely a South East fit out company to a nationwide full service enterprise, boasting new offices in Manchester and significant contracts underway in across the United Kingdom.
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