Willmott Dixon Interiors has been appointed to create new London offices for the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
The project, which is being carried out through the Procurement Hub Major Projects Framework, will provide Nursing and Midwifery Council staff with an agile and collaborative workplace when they relocate from existing premises, which have reached the end of their leases. Through this framework, our specialist ‘Projects below £3 million’ team will deliver the CAT B fit out of 21,744 sq.ft commercial office space, which from its location will overlook Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, providing high levels of natural light.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council is the independent regulator for nurses and midwives in the UK, and nursing associates in England. It enables those professionals to deliver better, safer care. Working alongside TTSP (Architect) and GL Hearn (PM/QS), the fit out will create an open plan modern workplace environment with breakout areas, meeting room facilities, amphitheatre and enhanced technology, providing a healthy workplace and inspiring spaces for staff members to enjoy.
Above: CGI Image of Open Plan Office, Nursing & Midwifery Council
The need for modern ways of working space in London has seen Willmott Dixon Interiors deliver over 200,000 sq.m of new interiors in the capital over the last five years. This also includes CAT B fit outs of new office space for Department of Health and transformation of the Old Admiralty Building into offices for a Central Government Department.
Willmott Dixon Interiors managing director Graham Shaw says, ‘‘We are pleased that our expertise in creating modern workplace environments can be used to create an exciting new home for The Nursing and Midwifery Council. The project will be carried out in a live building so our experience in delivering fit out projects in live spaces will ensure disruption is minimised while we deliver an agile work space’’.
Willmott Dixon are celebrating 1 year since successfully securing an appointment on Procurement Hub’s Major Projects Framework which covers all public sector projects on a single-source basis and is open to every public body to use for construction of new and existing buildings as well as retrofit, refurbishment, repairs and maintenance.