Working closely with Monitor’s project director and head of facilities GTA Interior carried out design workshops to understand how the business operated. Residing across three different buildings, Monitor took the opportunity to condense their real estate and implement new ways of working.
The phasing of the Fit Out, influenced by design and departmental adjacencies, allowed Monitor to take occupancy as each floor was completed with minimal disruption to business operation.
GTA engaged with individual departments every step of the way to aid change management. Monitor moved away from lots of cellular office to open plan desking and collaborative zones and integrated technology to assist meeting room utilisation, video conferencing and bookable hot desking.
GTA embraced Monitor’s vision creating an office that emulates the brand against a subtle palette of finishes sympathetic to public opinion.
Non bookable collaborative zones and a large break out hub central to the three floors encourage staff communication and interaction bringing teams together all under one roof!
“GTA Interior made a significant contribution to making our refurbishment project such a success. They took the time to understand our business and what we wanted to achieve and that really shows in the end result. The entire team take a real pride in what they do and are a pleasure to work with”
(John Ross - Estates & Facilities Lead)