With the continued evolution of the traditional office to a more flexible working arrangement, it more important than ever to be properly informed and advised. Our experience shows us that despite the impact of Covid-19 on take up levels, the office is not dead.

Our team have provided services to occupiers and owners of offices ranging from CAT A fit outs in city centre offices, to offices forming part of warehouse accommodation. Whether the goal is to create a statement office to host customers or provide basic, comfortable, and compliant accommodation for staff, our approach is the same – establish a detailed client brief, control cost and deliver on quality.

Compass have provided a wide range of services for our portfolio of managed properties including, Dilapidations, Project Management, Planned Maintenance Reports and RCAs.  Their attention to detail, extensive property knowledge, and client care are unrivalled, and we would have no hesitation in recommending their services.
Charles Harrison – Colenso Property Services

We work for owners, occupiers, investors, and funders, providing technical due diligence, dilapidations, and project management. We pride ourselves on both the quality and speed of our service and are acutely aware of the need to minimise void periods for our landlord clients and get the wheels of business turning for our tenant clients.

Within the office sector, we have provided services for the following industries and asset types;

  • Single occupier offices
  • Multi – let offices
  • Corporate/Commercial
  • Charities
  • High Rise offices
Whilst the office is not dead, the ‘traditional’ specification for fit out is becoming redundant. Occupiers now demand more from their space and office owners and investors need to keep ahead of the market to safeguard investments. Factors such as natural light, ventilation levels, energy efficiency, green space, shower facilities and co-working options should be high on the list of criteria when it comes to redevelopment, refurbishment, and pre-acquisition.
Daniel Leaf – Director