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Interserve's Ingenuity House celebrated by British Council for Offices

3rd October 2019

Interserve's Ingenuity House celebrated by British Council for Offices

Ingenuity House was named among the best workplaces in the country at the British Council for Offices (BCO) annual National Awards, taking home the highly coveted Innovation award.

The BCO’s respected National Awards programme recognises top quality office design and functionality and sets the standard for excellence across the office sector in the UK.

Interserve’s UK Hub, Ingenuity House in Birmingham, was awarded the BCO’s Innovation Award after winning the region award for the Midlands and Central England. The judges felt unanimously that the new office has transformed the occupier’s ways of working, by delivering a slick, streamlined design with outstanding technology to deliver a space focused on wellbeing and community.

Rob van Zyl, building services partner at Cundall and chair of the Midlands and Central England judging panel, said: “Ingenuity House is a highly innovative workplace that has utilised outstanding technology to successfully create a healthy and inspirational working environment.

“The project demonstrates the importance of extensive workplace analysis in providing an intelligent building with a range of work settings that cater for specific teams and their respective needs. The Midlands office market is thriving, and it is a privilege to see exciting commercial work such as Ingenuity House being celebrated nationally.”



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