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Vertex £200k Corporate Operations Floor Fit-out At GCube

25 June 2012

Vertex Services Group (www.vertexltd.co.uk), the building services and fabric solutions specialist, has completed the £200,000 design & build fit-out of a new, 10,000sq ft corporate operations floor at the UK headquarters of global renewable energy projects’ insurance specialist GCube.

The City of London installation at 155 Fenchurch St incorporates a reception, three board rooms, communications room, office and open plan space.

Working from a shell and core, through the complete fit-out to client hand-over, Vertex had project and direct installation responsibility for all aspects of the infill. This spanned interior design, power and data, low energy lighting, multi-media facilities, air conditioning and fire and security systems.

Mark Jones, GCube’s Head of Property Services, said: “Expectations were high for the end result of this project, and Vertex were on top of all aspects of the process throughout. They have delivered a new corporate facility that we are delighted with.”

Pat Curran, Chairman of Vertex, said: “We are very proud to have been chosen to execute the fit-out at GCube. This is a flagship installation for us and is now an important reference point for our business development process.”

Vertex Services Group – Profile
Independently-owned by a team of hands-on, long-serving, building services entrepreneurs, Vertex Services Group Ltd was established in 2005 to operate in London and the South East, to provide building services and FM expertise.
The company is typically contracted to maintain one, a bundle, or all of the building services disciplines for a site or group of sites. Additionally the business designs, installs and commissions to meet new, or upgrade, building services requirements and many building fabric needs, including turnkey fit-outs.
Clients range from blue chip, ‘City’ corporates to local organisations in the commercial, retail, industrial and public sectors. Visit: www.vertexltd.co.uk


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