Leading workplace consultant, Saracen Interiors has supported Ikon Science’s move to larger premises in Surbiton with the completion of a fit out project two weeks ahead of schedule.
Saracen fast-tracked all works for the oil and gas technology provider, taking into account Christmas and New Year holidays and activities, to finish the project ahead of time and within budget.
Work was completed in January and comprised the installation of partitioning and mechanical and electrical services. Extensive work carried out in the communications room included the installation of all new air conditioning and a new power solution to ensure all requirements were met.
Group IT director for Ikon Science, Dan Wilson comments:
“Saracen’s team did a great job of working with us. The move went smoothly and the team’s ‘can do’ attitude was appreciated. Moves like this can bring a great deal of disruption but our global business went entirely unaffected.”
Director of Saracen Interiors, Michael Page adds:
“Saracen was awarded this contract based on the commitment shown by our project director, Dave Browne and the great team behind him. All involved made every effort to develop a great relationship with the client. We aim to stand out in the early stages of the pitching process for our professionalism, as well as for our competitive costs, and we work to design on the basis of the client’s vision, addressing potential issues from the outset.”
Over the past decade, Saracen’s status has gradually changed from a South East fit out concern to a national full service enterprise. The company recently announced an increase of almost 30 per cent on its forward order book, with almost five million pounds worth of orders coming in within the last few weeks of 2016. Its four divisions – Saracen Interiors, Saracen
Facilities, Saracen Small Works and Saracen Move Management – offer a set of seamless service options, designed to anticipate all manner and scale of requirements.
The company’s recent clients include Coca-Cola Enterprises, CH2M, Yum Restaurants, Tata Communications, WYG, TE Connectivity, Loma Systems, Gray’s Inn Chambers, Libra Group, Creature of London, Aspect Property Group, First Property Group, Audatex, Athena Partners, Motofix, Flight Safety, Countrywide PLC, Knight Frank, Mitie Engineering, Pizza Hut, Redrow Homes, Thames Water, Toshiba, TAG Aviation, Viatel, BAE Systems, Sue Ryder Care, North Surrey Primary Care Trust, Royal Berkshire and Battle Hospital NHS Trust.
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