It’s a busy week for Bluespace as we launch the beginning of the end on our Kettle Foods project. The third and final phase will commence this week with a view to finish towards the end of September...
It’s a busy week for Bluespace as we launch the beginning of the end on our Kettle Foods fit out project. The third and final phase will commence this week with a view to finish towards the end of September.
It’s been tough working at a place that is abundantly scattered with bags of delicious crisps at the reception and throughout the offices, but around three stone heavier between us, we wearily approach the finish line. (If any gymnasiums need an office refurbishment, please get in touch sooner rather than later).
And as one design project comes to an end, another begins. This week we start work on a new endeavour, the refurbishment of the Taylor Wimpey office in Bury St Edmunds ‘Castle House’.
The office was named after a Brigadier General Frederick Walker Castle, an air force member who commanded Rougham Air Base during World War II, and gave his life to save his crew members during a bombing raid on Christmas Eve 1944.
The Planning and Technical Director of the East Anglia region of Taylor Wimpey, Mark Edmunds has said “The location of the office, and our recent developments on Moreton Hall all sit within the boundaries of the war time air base. We feel that naming our regional headquarters after General Castle is a fitting tribute to this heroic figure.”
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We’re really pleased with the way the office has been upgraded by Bluespace. Jonathon and the team were meticulous in their attention to detail and the end result shows the difference between what it takes to create a good office space and a great office space. It’s clear to see how this new office has positively affected everyone working and visiting Carrow Road.