Flexible Business Interiors (FBI) has started on site delivering an extensive £3m refurbishment of the Element Building at Birchwood Park, formerly known as Dominion House.
The transformation of the property, owned by Bridge Properties, has been devised by interior design studio, incognito and is due for completion in the summer.
Works to strip out and prepare the 42,500 sq ft property for a full Cat A fit out were completed before Christmas and project teams are now working to deliver a range of high spec office spaces alongside a new café, shower block and gym. Internal spaces are set to bring the outside in with a concept inspired by Element’s location in the heart of Risley Moss. Dark, earthy tones and metal finishes will dominate the new ground floor reception area while greener, lighter spaces to reflect the area’s mossy banks can be seen throughout the higher floors. Improvements are also being made to the external façade and planning for a private roof terrace accessed via the top floor suite has recently been approved by Warrington Borough Council.
Stephen Clarke, director at Flexible Business Interiors said: “Working with the region’s landlords to increase the appeal of their commercial premises is a key part of what we do and we are excited to be working with Bridge Properties on the transformation of the Element building. The concept design that we will be delivering over the coming months is striking and will set a new benchmark for office accommodation in the area.”
Paul McCann at Bridge Properties, added: “Flexible Business Interiors has previously delivered projects for us at our Cheadle property – Eden Point to great success. Their straightforward, no-nonsense approach ensures schemes run smoothly and their attention to detail results in a high-quality finish. Today’s occupiers are demanding better quality office space with more onsite amenities so the refurbishment of Element has been designed with this in mind.”