Following an extensive search through a tendering process Select Interiors was awarded the contract to assist Premier Group Recruitment, Manchester through each stage of the project from inception to sign off. The project was completed in two weeks, 2 days.
We provided our commercial interior design and fit out services to transform their existing recruitment office space. Working to a challenging budget we transformed the space by providing new designs and finishes to increase staff performance and wellness to align with the companies ethos.
The works included forming two glazed meeting rooms with bespoke privacy glass, breakout area with seating, planting, luxury vinyl tiles and carpeted areas, wrapping the existing desks with architectural film, bespoke branded signage and staff performance charts.
Chelsey of Premier Group praised Select Interiors for the joy and ease it was dealing with the team. The Select team are very grateful to the premier group team for the card and chocolates of gratitude. We wish the premier group all the success in their new office space and special thanks to Andrew Thorning and Paul Wheeler for the order.
The cost of a commercial fit-out can vary greatly depending on several factors such as the size of the space, the materials being used, the location, and the level of customization required. On average, a commercial fit-out can cost anywhere from £50 to £250 per square foot, but can easily exceed £500 per square foot for high-end projects. It’s best to consult with a contractor or interior designer to get a more accurate estimate based on your specific needs and budget.
A commercial fit out contractor is responsible for overseeing and coordinating all aspects of a commercial interior fit out project. This typically includes:
Design and planning: working with the client to develop a design concept and layout for the space that meets their needs and requirements.
Project management: managing the fit out project from start to finish, including coordinating with other trades and suppliers, scheduling work, and ensuring that the project stays on track and within budget.
Construction: overseeing the actual building and installation of the fit out, including walls, flooring, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC systems.
Installation of fixtures and fittings: installing and fitting out fixtures such as lighting, shelving, display units, and counters.
Finishing work: completing all final touches, including painting, flooring, and other decorative elements.
The commercial fit out contractor is responsible for ensuring that all work is completed to the highest standards and meets all relevant building codes and regulations. They are also responsible for ensuring that the fit out is completed on time and within budget.