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BMW Group

BMW Group Location: Farnborough, Surrey Sector: Premium Cars & Motorcycles In August 2023, Undiscovered Workplace started discussions with BMW Group regarding a full furniture audit of their UK head office. The project was over three buildings spanning a total of 150,000Sqft over 3 buildings with 4 floors in each. The audit consisted of a full […]

Ringway Jacobs

Ringway Jacobs Location: Chelmsford, Essex Sector: Highway Maintenance In April 2023, Undiscovered Workplace started discussions with Ringway Jacobs regarding their office clearance and reconfiguration of remaining furniture. Ringway Jacobs were re-sizing the office to adapt to a more hybrid way of working. The project consisted of recycling the redundant furniture and reconfiguration of some existing […]

Cats Protection

Cats Protection In December 2022, Undiscovered Workplace started discussions with Cats Protection regarding their office clearance project at the National Cat Centre in Haywards Heath. CP were in the process of re-designing their current office space to meet new ways of working requirements for their people. The project consisted of the up recycling of their top floor furniture and reconfiguration of some existing […]

Prettys

Prettys Solicitors LLP – Case Study Client: Prettys Solicitors LLP Location: Ipswich Sector: Legal Services Project Overview In February 2021, Undiscovered Workplace started discussions with Prettys Solicitors regarding their office relocation from Elm House, Ipswich to a new, more modern office space at St Vincent House, Ipswich in support of their hybrid working approach. Undiscovered was appointed […]

Rickard Luckin

Rickard Luckin Client: Rickard Luckin   Location: Southend-on-Sea, UK   Sector: Accountancy In February 2021, Undiscovered Workplace was appointed to help relocate Rickard Luckin’s Southend office. Undiscovered was appointed as the move management company.  They worked alongside the client to provide crates and moving teams to relocate the company from their current offices to their new offices […]

Stevens & Bolton

Stevens & Bolton In January 2022, Undiscovered Workplace started discussions with Hunter Taylor and Stevens & Bolton regarding S&B’s temporary office relocation and office clearance project at Wey House. Stevens & Bolton were in the process of re designing their current office space to meet the growth and working environment for their people. The project consisted of a small […]

SCL

SCL In July 2022, Undiscovered Workplace started discussions with Sidney Cubbage regarding their office relocation at Harrem House, High Wycombe. Sidney Cubbage sold their current freehold offices and agreed on lease terms with a new office in Woodburn Green, High Wycombe. Sidney Cubbage was looking for sustainable furniture options for the new offices, they sought a modern […]

Rickard Luckin Phase 2

Rickard Luckin Phase 2 Client: Rickard Luckin Location: Chelmsford, Essex Sector: Financial Services   In April 2021, Undiscovered Workplace started discussions with Rickard Luckin regarding their office relocation at Aquila House, Chelmsford. Rickard Luckin were coming to the final stages of their workplace strategy, which incorporated a hybrid working style and a paperless office space. Rickard Luckin […]

London Hedge Fund

London Hedge Fund In 2020 Undiscovered Workplace was appointed as the move management company to re-stack the client’s offices over 6 floors. The moved was based on a phased approach over 10 months as they were having an office refurbishment as well. Each phase consisted of 25-50 employees per move. All works were completed outside normal working hours to […]

Furniture Installation

Furniture Installation In 2020 Undiscovered Workplace was appointed as the installation company for a furniture manufacturer to install 165 desks, chairs and pedestals to one of their high-profile clients in the flexible office sector. The installation was completed over 4 days including the unloading of the furniture from the manufacturer’s vehicle. The project was over 3 floors […]