WorkLife Central, The Ashby de la Zouch headquarters of workplace consultants and interior fit-out specialist Blueprint Interiors was transformed as clients and staff gathered to celebrate the company’s 18th anniversary on Thursday 11 July.
Over 75 people attended an afternoon BBQ during which each guest was presented with a commemorative biophilic planter as a momento of reaching this milestone anniversary.
Founded in 2001 by Chairman Rob Day, the interior fit out business has grown to a turnover of £4m and now employs 15 designers, project managers and experienced support staff. The management team now comprises; Rob Day, Managing Director, Rachel Biddles, Creative Director, Chloe Sproston and Head of Business Development, Andrew Hobson.
The re-location and million-pound investment in WorkLife Central in 2017 to create a showroom in which customers can try out and view the latest cutting edge office design products and technology has been a major catalyst of recent success. The company is also differentiating itself by championing the concept that workplace consultancy should be a precursor to design to ensure businesses make the very best of the space available and create environments which inspire and motive their workforce.
Commenting, Rob Day said, “2019 has been a momentous year for many reasons. Not only are we celebrating our 18th year in business, we have been shortlisted or won four business awards and have also achieved our objective of becoming renown for workplace consultancy and design across the Midlands region. I would like to thank all the clients and staff that have assisted us on this journey and hope they enjoyed being part of our celebrations.”
Some of the many prestigious projects that Blueprint Interiors has worked on across the Midlands include The MIRA Technology Institute, East Midlands Chamber of Commerce new offices, Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People and Ibstock Brick.