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Capital and Centric Office

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Manchester Developer Capital & Centric head office fitted out by Select Interiors Ltd. Scope of works included the following; demolition, electrical, data, AV, plumbing / mechanical, bespoke joinery, ceramic tiling, plastering, decoration and signage. 

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frequently asked questions

Typically, a commercial interior design project involves the following stages: 

Initial Consultation: This involves meeting with the client to understand their design vision, requirements, and budget. 

Space Planning: This involves creating a layout for the space that optimises function, flow, and efficiency. 

Design Concept Development: This involves creating a design concept based on the client’s requirements and the space planning analysis. 

Documentation and Approvals: This involves creating detailed drawings and specifications for the project, which are then reviewed and approved by the client and any necessary parties. 

Procurement: This involves sourcing and purchasing materials, fixtures, and equipment needed for the project. 

Construction and Installation: This involves physically carrying out the design and building the space, including the installation of walls, floors, ceilings, lighting, and furniture. 

Project Completion and Handover: This involves finalising the project and delivering the space to the client, along with any necessary training and documentation. 

Note: The exact stages and their duration may vary depending on the complexity of the project and the design process followed by the design team. 

Yes, you will have a designated designer and project manager assigned to your project

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