Meeting demanding deadlines and helping our clients expand
62,000 sq ft
Flexible Office Space
By architecturally, technically and aesthetically bringing intricate briefs to life - just the way they planned.
WeWork is a worldwide provider of shared workspaces. From entrepreneurs and freelancers to small businesses and large enterprises, they offer professional, trendy and social communities for people to get their job done.
Starting as we mean to go on.
Spinningfields was our first project with WeWork and we were tasked with fully fitting out two floors plus a mezzanine. We started with nothing but a shell but by the time we finished they had a stunning workspace that met their existing and consistent standards.
Working to their model.
Here at TSK, we know every business is different which is why we tackle all our briefs with agility, flexibility, and adaptability. WeWork came to us with their plan, their design pack, and their standardisation requirements.
They knew how many offices they wanted and how many people each needed to accommodate. They knew which kind of light fixtures they did and didn’t like. And they knew what style furniture they wanted and where.
In us, they needed – and got – someone to turn their vision into construction drawings and build their space from the ground up, just the way they imagined it.
Making their space safe
The floors they hired in No. 1 Spinningfields weren’t originally designed to accommodate the headcount they projected, so, we worked on a full CAT A and CAT B fit-out to ensure their numbers weren’t affected, but their people were all safe.
To do just that, we stripped out all the existing lighting and ceiling installations and completely remodified the previous electrical, plumbing, and sprinkler systems.
Sticking to aggressive timescales
When WeWork first came to us in August they had a pretty tight deadline; November. They had the demand for their workspace and they had their design plans in place, they just needed someone to materialise them. And we did.
We brought their brief to life, overhauled the building’s CAT A and CAT B fittings, and built a staircase from the mezzanine up to floor two. All right to schedule.