Leading pharmaceutical company office fit out - ISG

Leading pharmaceutical company

A design and fit out project for a leading pharmaceutical company to drive a cultural change within their workforce.
  • Customer
    Leading pharmaceutical company
  • Procurement Route
    2 stage
  • Completion Date
    April 2013
  • Quantity Surveyor
    Faithful + Gould
  • Form Of Contract
    JCT 11 Standard building contract with quantities
  • Project Manager
    Faithful + Gould
  • Area
    82,000 sq ft
  • Program Duration
    37 weeks
  • Architect
    NBBJ Ltd
  • ME Engineer
GlaxoSmithKline collaborative working space - ISG


New UK base for pharmaceutical and consumer healthcare brand GlaxoSmithKline (GSK).

Flexible and collaborative spaces allow the global provider to implement its Business Service Centre Transformation Programme.

GlaxoSmithKline’s brief for their new office fit out was that it would drive a flexible and collaborative working environment that would encourage a cultural change within their workforce. The new space was designed around flexible working and incorporated a new auditorium, reception and catering area as well as flexible open plan office space.

Leading pharmaceutical company office break out areas - ISG

The project

Setting out to design and fit out a new environment for the leading pharmaceutical company, ISG’s brief is to work towards an office that would drive a flexible working environment that would encourage a cultural change within their workforce. The office fit out is designed completely around the client's smart working guidelines and promotes flexible working.

Internally the space consists of a new auditorium and reception area in a colourful open plan office space. ISG’s fit out team also provides extensive refurbishment works to the roof.

Away from the office site the full replacement of the plant room pods are assembled offsite to ensure that the installation did not disrupt the all important roof refurbishment. External works are all carried out outside of normal working hours in order to minimise disruption to surrounding businesses.