Opus 4 have carved a niche in Office Refurbishment taking existing workplaces and transforming them into something new. Refurbishing your office is a great way to breathe life into an old space, to improve working conditions through re-configuring the office space to be more efficient, and to boost your staff morale in the process.

Read our blog about How an Office Redesign Can Invigorate your Team 

Our workplace modernisation projects can take a number of different forms. We specialise in offering top-to-toe design and build office refurbishments and have a proven track record of working alongside working teams in occupied spaces. Our experienced project management team meticulously plan each job and phase the work, ensuring minimum disruption to your business.

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Sometimes, a full-scale office refurbishment isn’t always needed. Our workplace consultants can advise our clients on how they can make enhancements for a variety of reasons. These include working to tight budgets, making a budget stretch whilst giving the best possible return on investment. It can be updating client-facing areas, making reception areas and meeting rooms more attractive for client visits.

One of the recent trends is a move away from traditional break-out and canteen areas to be replaced by social space or ‘third space’ areas, which are a key feature in many of our workplace re-design projects. Social spaces are much more flexible and functional and are designed to be used for informal meetings, one-to-ones, working away from the desk and dining.

Read our blog about How an Office Refurbishment can Improve Employee Satisfaction

We also carry out refurbishment work for landlords and property managers, who are looking to update an office space in readiness for a prospective corporate tenant, or just refurbish the common areas within an office building.

Take a look at some of our related Case Studies:

Caunton Engineering
Haseltine Lake
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We appreciate just how stressful it can be when you undertake a refurbishment project. It’s our job to take away the strain and carefully manage the whole process with minimum disruption and hand over your newly refurbished office on time and on budget.

Behind our hard working project managers are site foremen, craftsmen and joiners, we have a dedicated office support team who are there to ensure your project is successfully delivered. This doesn’t happen by chance. We have a tried and tested formula in place that ensures we adhere to the programme of work and meet all of the project objectives.

Please take a look at our related services, to help you to understand how we can help you carry out your whole office transformation:

Office Design
Office Fit Out
Workplace Consultancy
Office Culture

FAQs
Why do I need to refurbish my office?

It's no secret that if an employee is happy, they work more productively. We help business owners refurbish and modernise their office environments which has been shown can improve the motivation of staff and make work life a pleasurable experience. A vibrant, invigorating office environment is the starting point for a company culture policy, designed at motivating and rewarding workers for their effort.

How can an office refurbishment improve company culture?

Refurbishing your office presents you with an opportunity to appraise not just the physical space you occupy, but the health and wellbeing of your employees. The relationship between the workplace and those who inhabit it, should be inextricably linked.

How "Different" does my office refurbishment need to be?

Business owners who are looking to develop their culture by refurbishing their office are often caught in a maelstrom of confusing workplace concepts. Whether it’s industry jargon (agile and co-working, touchdown space, acoustic pods, the C-suite, zonal working) or ideas trickled down from tech companies like Google (slides between floors, ping pong tables, arcade machines), business owners can be forgiven for thinking they would be creating a playground rather than a productive workspace.