Walker Morris reaffirms its investment in the region with biggest office refurbishment in Leeds for five yearsPrint news article
Walker Morris has reaffirmed its commitment to the region by investing in a radical redesign of its office on King Street, Leeds.
The refurbishment, which is the largest in the city for the last five years, was undertaken by leading office fit out specialists Bluu and has seen a transformation of all areas of the firm’s Kings Court premises including major renovation works to the ground floor reception areas and conference suites.
The design was the vision of Harrogate-based creative design consultancy SoVibrant, who specialise in designing projects which create impact. Fox Lloyd Jones acted as Project Manager on the scheme.
Ian Gilbert, Managing Partner at Walker Morris explains:
“Having a single-site strategy from which we service our national and international clients is increasingly winning favour with our clients because of the close teamwork it engenders which allows us to offer the highest calibre advice from our specialist teams at best value. This strategy demands that we support our people and our clients with offices which not only support the collaborative way in which we work but are also reflect our status and brand as a leading law firm.
The refurbishment, which is part of a multi-million pound investment in our offices and IT systems, reflects our desire to provide an environment and support infrastructure which allow us to provide excellent client service and which is flexible enough to meet our needs today and in the long-term. The investment illustrates our confidence in the future for both Walker Morris and for the region.”
Darren Newlove-Hill, Group Development Director from Bluu explains:
“Bluu are very proud to have worked side by side with Walker Morris and their professional team to deliver this magnificent space. The modern, flexible design reflects their position as a leading law firm.”