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Space Solutions create new reception for brightsolid

Posted on Sun, 2015-11-29 11:28 by Company News

New £300k reception area delivered for brightsolid

Space Solutions have delivered a new and innovative reception area for the DC Thomson owned business, brightsolid.

brightsolid, who were recently crowned “Scottish Employer of the Year”, were keen to make an impact with their new state of the art data centre in Aberdeen. Space Solutions were awarded to deliver the design, build and fit-out of the new reception in the Tier III, globally connected data centre.

Stephen Griffiths, Associate Director at Space Solutions, said “brightsolid were looking for a design that conveyed the company values and brand, combined with the specific needs of a state of the art data centre. This included “flying geese” which worked in conjunction with custom digital image wallpaper, providing a fantastic creative challenge. We also needed to consider how to incorporate two meeting rooms and a staff break out area for use by the brightsolid staff and the 71 Press and Journal staff who share some of the building, plus a bespoke reception desk and area.”

“What was exceptionally rewarding for both teams was the fact that the project was delivered within an incredibly short timescale.”

Michael Thomson, Finance Director for brightsolid, said “We are a very customer focussed business. It was great to work with a team who are as professional and customer focussed as we are.”

Head of Marketing, Katie Armstrong, said “brightsolid’s mission is to deliver technical innovation with personal service and one of the reasons Space were chosen as a design and build partner was for their shared innovative drive and willingness to think outside the cube. As the project progressed it became clear that Space also shared our ethos of personal service; ensuring the project was delivered before deadline, despite extremely tight time frames, whilst sharing the knowledge with our team to keep everyone informed and ‘on-the-same-page’ in what was a very demanding project “