Fit-out business wins new work package worth total of £1.5m

City Point

Didsbury based fit-out specialist Flexible Business Interiors (FBI), has announced five new projects, worth around a total of approximately £1.5m, all based in Leeds.

The work involves the likes of CBRE, Grosvenor and BNP Paribas Real Estate.

The instructions include a recently completed Cat A office and reception refurbishment at City Point for CBRE, as well as improvement works to 13,000 sq ft of office space and communal areas on the fourth floor of Whitehall II for Britannia Investment.

A further Cat A fit out has also recently been completed for Savills at Toronto Square where new lighting, floor finishes and decoration works have been delivered over a four-week period.

Two more commissions, at 26 Whitehall and 6 Queen Street, respectively, are ongoing or are due to start on site imminently, and will complete by the end of August.

Stephen Clarke, director at Flexible Business Interiors, said: “Leeds is a thriving commercial hub with an exciting commercial property scene. We are delighted to be working alongside some of the city’s leading property consultants and investment funds to help them refurbish key buildings to improve the quality of office accommodation and associated amenities on offer to the market.”

Neil Jewell, director at BNP Paribas Real Estate, said: “FBI has previously worked with us on 26 Whitehall in Leeds and is currently on site at 6 Queen Street, delivering enhancements to the ground floor reception area.

“They are a valuable addition to the regional market and we hope to be able to use them on further projects in the future.”

Flexible Business Interiors employs around 16 people. It specialises in the delivery of high quality interior environments within a number of business sectors, including commercial offices, education, retail and leisure.