Office Fitting

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5 questions and answers on how to get the best out of your office space

5 Questions and answers on how to get the best out of your office space

Reception the first impression visitors get of your company. Ask yourself whether it really reflects who you are and if it embodies your brand values? An impressive well designed reception desk, lighting, graphics and soft furnishings all create a welcoming and memorable statement of your company. ...

Co-worker space design and fitted out by Select Interiors Ltd

Are Shared living spaces (Co-Living) the housing equivalent of Co-Worker spaces that have transformed the office rentals market & work culture? Shared living spaces are being created in major cities in the US as ‘millennials’ seek a more sociable lifestyle. The concept is a cross between student housing and hotel, Co-Living spaces offer tenants serviced rooms in shared apartments with communal lounges, kitchens and bathrooms at a lower cost than rental flats and houses  Computer generated model of a Co living sky scraper in Stratford starting on site in...

Major Clanger And The Iron Chicken

The Iron Chicken & Major Clanger seeing what Select Interiors is up to at the former museum store at The Pelican Centre from space…the power of social media! Select Interiors commercial interior designers & shop-fitters Manchester are converting the former dilapidated Museum Store adjacent to The Pelican Centre in Tyldsley. The project and works will transform the redundant building into a dynamic new Gym & leisure facility. Architect Gary Seed, principal contractor CBES, site management & fit out by Select Interiors...

Progress at the Pelican Centre & what is up with The Thing?

Select Interiors are converting the former dilapidated Museum Store adjacent to The Pelican Centre in Tyldsley. The project and works will transform the redundant building into a dynamic new Gym & leisure facility. The scope of work includes demolition, major excavation, structural steel, importing and compacting 45 tonnes of hard-core, steel mesh and concrete, timber treatments, cladding, joinery, mezzanine floor, BWIC, electrical, partitions, joinery, flooring and decoration.  Image of where The Thing suddenly left site...

the google effect on office design by select interiors

The Google effect on office interior design

We at Select Interiors often receive briefs from clients - "We want to be like Google" meaning funky offices, playful furniture, ping-pong & table football. One of the things the Google effect has had is the idea that work is somehow an office as playground. This may be appropriate for Google, but not for the majority of businesses that A. do not have the resources, B. the space and C. the same ethos and staff demographic. If an organisations culture...

We tender for another refurbishment in Manchester

Select Interiors have been invited to tender for another refurbishment of a whole floor of City Tower in Manchester Piccadilly for a leading international property management company. Select Interiors was shortlisted for the prestigious project for past experience in completing Cat A & B fit outs on the 10th floor for Colas Rail & Bruntwood Properties The previously completed works include the ‘base’ building works to the shell and core. The scope of works included a level of fitting out between...

Progress at the Pelican Centre & The Thing?

(AKA the Select Interiors Ltd Manchester team laying 74 Tonnes of concrete in an afternoon) Select Interiors team are converting the former dilapidated Museum Store adjacent to The Pelican Centre in Tyldesley. The project and works will transform the redundant building into a dynamic new Gym & leisure facility. The proposed new and extended Pelican Centre will be an asset and of great benefit to the local community. The space will incorporate Gym, a youth zone and a space for community...

Select Interiors New Showroom In Manchester

Select Interiors interior designers and office, shop, bar & restaurant fit out company are moving to Manchester’s centre of trend the Northern Quarter Survey images of the damp basement, basic lighting, no sockets, water, gas or amenities. MD Carl had initially surveyed the basement and submitted costs to convert into offices for an IT company but had previously made enquiries about the same space. Carl was excited about the potential but unconvinced the bank would support the business with the project. After...

Q – What is happening to the Old Museum Store?

Select Interiors team is converting the former dilapidated Museum Store adjacent to The Pelican Centre in Tyldsley. The project and works will transform the redundant building into a dynamic new Gym & leisure facility. The proposed new and extended Pelican Centre will be an asset and of great benefit to the local community. The space will incorporate Gym, a youth zone and a space for community groups for workshops and life style work and will be an extension to the...