Award winning architecture and interior design practice CPMG has moved into new office space in Nottingham with the help of Essential Projects.
After two decades at their old home in Warser Gate, CPMG are moving their head office into a Grade II listed two-storey building on St Peters Gate in the centre of Nottingham.
Previously a bank and bar, the new office, overlooking St Peter’s Church, have been completely refurbished, with the old bank vaults being turned into subterranean meeting rooms.
As part of the renovation works Essential Projects was contracted by Arc Business Interiors to manufacture and install a bespoke steel staircase along with the structural steelwork required for a mezzanine platform.
In order to comply with Part K building legislation and provide a safety barrier, Essential Projects also supplied the balustrades and handrails to run along the perimeter of the mezzanine and bespoke steel staircase.
All metalwork supplied received an oxide primed finish, ready to be painted on site.
Commenting on the office move CPMG, Director, Anil Parmar said “Everything we do at CPMG is driven by our core values of people, purpose and place – and our move to St Peters Gate is no different. Our new office HQ, gives us the opportunity to instigate new ways of working for our staff, based on choice, and supported by flexible workstyles and cloud-based IT systems. Essential Projects worked with us in an extremely user friendly and collaborative manner to realise our vision ”
On behalf of Essential Projects, Managing Director, Eliot Saxton said “We pride ourselves on the quality of steel and glasswork we product, so it’s great to be recognised by an award-winning architecture practice who value the role we have played in the development of their new office headquarters.”
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