Following the termination of a subtenant lease on level 9 of the Alluvion building, Clough regained control of the 1,570m2 workspace easing their ever-increasing demand for vital workspace for new and existing project teams.
The vacated fitout was, at large, suitable for Cloughs requirements so attention was focused on specific areas to increase staff density. Generous circulation space between workstations was condensed, 5no. internal offices, 2no. meeting rooms and 2no. storerooms were demolished whilst a large utility area was converted into a 2-person office. These works allowed for an additional 39 staff on to be accommodated across the floor plate.
As a project team environment, the need for a reception was not required so the existing reception and waiting areas were cleverly transformed into a hot desk and quiet room zone where vibrant carpet, glass partitions and aluminium framing complement the existing colour palette yet have minimal impact to the existing built fabric, retaining detailed ceilings and ceramic floor tiles.