Leading the renewable energy industry, Siemens Gamesa, wanted a modern office space to cater to their specific needs, reflect their organisational culture and attract and retain talent. Leaving behind a traditional work setting and relocating to a new office, it was important that the office could support flexible working and hybrid meetings.
Due to mutual networks and Amicus’ recent success on a previous project within the shared building, Siemens Gamesa felt that Amicus was a well suited partner to convey their envisioned office fit out.
The Amicus design team, crafted a space able to meet the needs of staff whilst supporting flexible ways of working. The social zone features bifold doors to extend the breakout room into the large boardroom and high-quality ceiling speakers throughout, making the area highly adaptable for different events. The overall design creates a light, fresh and airy environment using black accents to help elevate the space and evoke a sense of sophistication.As the health and wellbeing of staff is important to Siemens Gamesa, considerations such as enhancing natural light near desks and ensuring lockers were at an accessible height were implemented throughout the fitout.
Seamless, easy-to-use technology was a crucial part in modernising the workspace. The meeting rooms are now bookable and video-enabled for the use of MS Teams and similar programs, whilst the boardroom and townhall have the integration of strong audio and visuals to support its multiple functions.
Amicus Finance provided financing over a 36-month period that enabled Siemens Gamesa to access a premium technology package that met their functionality needs and their vision of a modernised space.
Amicus was able to provide a workspace that was unique to Siemens Gamesa whilst meeting the company’s global guidelines.
The update helps the company gain a stronger foothold in retaining and attracting talent as the new space brings together a professional, clean design, with state-of-the-art tech to support the highly desired hybrid way of working.
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