Having worked with leading software company, ServiceNow to design and build a UK headquarters befitting their vision for the future of work and their brand, here their Senior Workplace Services Site Lead, Matt Brownlee, explains what it was like to work with Maris Interiors:
“Right from the discovery phase of the project we were looking for a company that we could partner with, as opposed to just have someone building an office for us.
We wanted to create open and honest dialogue throughout the whole design, build and aftercare process, so we could get the most out of the office and bring to life our vision, and Maris’s vision as well.”
“During the actual fit out process the regular meetings with Maris provided us with the vital information that we needed to feedback to our key stakeholders, internal project team as well as our employee database, providing them with regular updates and photos, and building that excitement and buzz about the new space.“
“This was massively important to us as well. We’ve got a lot of technology, a lot of bespoke pieces in the office, for example the light tunnel down to the briefing centre we mentioned before.
Also from that executive briefing centre aspect, it means customers aren’t impacted by technology that doesn’t work.
As with everything, sometimes things malfunction, they go wrong, but I know I can pick up the phone to Maris, say we’ve got this issue and normally within a day or so they’ve got someone out and the problem’s rectified. For me that’s huge because we’re three years post completion and the office still looks like it opened yesterday.“