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Refurbishment and upgrade contracts awarded

10 May 2016

WYG has awarded contracts for an office refurbishment in Birmingham and an office fit-out in Southampton to Saracen Interiors.

These follow a number of previous agreements between the two businesses.

The Birmingham project will see 2,700 sq ft of office space refurbished in just three weeks, the statement read.

Further to this, the Southampton contract will see partitioning and air conditioning alterations, the installation of emergency lighting and decoration completed during this month for the 6,500 sq ft office space.

Saracen reports that it also recently started a full office fit out for WYG in Swindon, covering 3,000 sq ft of space, which was preceded by two jobs that finished earlier in the year and included the provision of move management and refurbishment services in Leicester and Liverpool.

Saracen joint managing director Michael Page said: “We’ve come a long way with this client and have developed a core understanding of the company’s culture and its needs.

"Our aim has been to present ourselves as an extension of the WYG team and, as a result, they call on us for projects of differing sizes around the UK.”

WYG property Paul Green said: “The team at Saracen consistently enables us to maintain a working environment – which is always appreciated.

"We trust the team’s suggestions and are confident that we are in safe hands and that goes a long way to taking the stress out of any individual project.”

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