Suzy House

Suzy House

Orme Ltd

The Challenge

Orme Ltd, a local Architects practice, last year moved into a brand new studio which they both designed and built themselves . The company wanted a fluid workspace to encourage collaborative working for their team which fits with their modern, design led practice. This led to a requirement for the team to be able to work in various workspaces around the building but with the ability to easily move between these areas.

The Solution

The planning was integral to this project. Numerous meetings and discussions were held to look at the layout and design of the various different work spaces and their requirements within the new building to ensure all of the proposed solutions were going to provide a solid technical solution for the growing firm. A combination of Microsoft Surface Books and PCs utilised in this project to enhance the flexibility. The variety of programmes required had to be taken into account to ensure the correct equipment was sourced and used in the most efficient way with reuse of as much equipment as possible. Disruption had to be minimal. Due to delays with the building being finished the move went ahead using some existing equipment initially. Labyrinth then continued with the installation and set up of all the new equipment until ready to switch over. The switch over gave roughly less than 1 day of disruption to full working for the business meaning service levels continued to be unaffected for the business during the changover process .

The Outcome

"We have always found Labyrinth to be alert to any issues, highly responsive and good at communicating . We have found their technical team to be excellent, flexible and quick to provide the information we request. They played a pivotal role in our recent office relocation , demonstrating professionalism at all times particularly in the face of adversity when the build ran over deadline and executing the IT delivery with maximum efficiency and minimum disruption. We would highly recommend their services and look forward to continuing our working relationship with them in the future."

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