Ward Hadaway’s Manchester office reopens after extensive transformation
7th September, 2022
We are delighted to unveil our new-look office in Central Manchester which has recently undergone a complete redesign.
Teaming up with workplace consultancy, design and build agency, Claremont, the original space has been transformed into an office that embraces hybrid working and reflects a modern and collaborative office environment for our growing team. The significant investment has enabled us to provide a flexible working space with additional communal areas to meet with clients and connect with colleagues. There are also relaxed break out areas designed to inspire and encourage creativity and teamwork.
Liz Bottrill, executive partner of the Manchester office, said: “Our new office space is outstanding and reflects the new way of hybrid working that Ward Hadaway has successfully adopted since the pandemic. One of the real benefits of the redesign is the way it has brought the office together – with all of our people hot desking in the same space we have created the perfect environment to encourage the best possible communication and collaboration across teams. It is a wonderful working space to enjoy for years to come.”
Reflecting on the project, Martin Hulls, Managing Partner at Ward Hadaway, said: “Our core values are empowerment, openness and honesty and our new office personifies these values. Whilst it allows us to more fully embrace new ways of working, investing in our office also represents our long-term investment in Manchester and the wider North West region. We’re committed to both our people and those businesses, individuals and organisations we work with and keen to empower, develop and support them in any way we can. It’s an exciting time in our journey as we drive the office forward into the next phase of its growth.”
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