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Understanding commercial projects and the impact that workplace design has on business success is something we know a thing or two about. While we can bring the technical and architectural skills to a commercial project one of the most important aspects is developing the brief and scoping out what you really need the space to function as.

Bringing Karen’s 15 years working across a broad spectrum of HR and Organisational Development roles and Ronan’s commercial experience working as project architect with Facebook and IBM we understand how to ask the questions that deliver a build or fit-out that translates to your team or business needs.

Commercial HQ Fit Out

Commercial HQ Fit Out PÖETTINGER is an Austrian family-owned company that manufacture agricultural farm machinery with an Irish commercial subsidiary based in Clonmel, Co. Tipperary. Following the purchase of a new commercial premises the organization sought our services to complete due diligence and feasibility services initially for planning and building regulation compliance for a commercial …

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Dental Clinic

When the owners of this dental clinic approached us to complete a feasibility on a unit for suitability for a new dental practice we gave them both design and commercial expertise which saw us partnering to assist in finding a new location and premises. Once secured with a local estate agent, we completed a change of use planning application, design and fit out to Medical Grade Standards.

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Diagnostic Imaging Centre

Affidea is Ireland’s leading independent provider of diagnostic imaging centre services including MRI, Ultrasound, X-ray, CT and DEXA scans. Affidea required a full fit out design and project management of an empty shell building located at Ardkeen in Waterford City. The spatial design was designed to meet Affidea’s corporate design ethos, with the building divided in two; a welcoming and bright reception and waiting area is counterbalanced with private medical suites that house the latest in imaging technology.

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