The 390,000 sq ft office building in Liverpool’s business district, formerly known as New Hall Place and the Post & Echo Building is being revamped by office fit-out and partitioning glazed specialists Cube7 Interiors.
Located on Old Hall Street, plans include a £200k package of glazed partitioning and glass doors to be completed over three phases.
Phase one of the refurbishment is complete, with Level 0 benefitting from new meeting and work areas using glazed partitioning. Individual ‘pods’ have been installed to create a quiet, private space for work or meetings, a break room with lunch tables and open-plan booth seating.
The project is expected to be completed by December 2017.
Occupiers at the 13-storey office building include insurance group RSA, Trinity Mirror’s newspaper Liverpool Echo and government departments UK Visa & Immigration and Crown Commercial Service.
Dave Loughlin, director of Cube7 Interiors, says: “We are very pleased with the first phase of the project, delivered on time and within budget. The new office space gives the environment a very modern and professional finish.
“When phase two and three are complete in December 2017, the office building will have benefitted from a modern upgrade which will play an important role in helping to strengthen the commercial core of Liverpool city centre.”
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