Integrated property services and project delivery specialist Styles&Wood has completed an 8,000ft² commercial fit-out project in London for construction products distributor SIG

Styles&Wood Group’s London division delivered the two-month project at No. 3 Sheldon Square in Paddington, taking in the sixth floor of the nine-storey building. The project included the development of a reception area, open plan desk space, meeting rooms and multiple break areas with tea points.

Other occupiers of the building include Bakkavor Group, Cerner, Kingfisher and Prudential. The team worked from 7.30am until 7pm to ensure that noisy work could be undertaken outside of normal office hours.

Richard Brooke, from project management firm FTSquared, said: “The finished product is exactly as SIG had hoped it would be. By incorporating SIG’s own materials in the furnishing of the space, the office immediately felt like the client’s own.”

“Everyone involved with the project was hugely complimentary of the way the site was managed and transformed.”

Tony Lenehan, chief executive officer at Styles&Wood, added: “London continues to lead the market for high-quality refurbishment projects and our dedicated business unit in the Capital is well placed to continue to secure new instructions.”

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