Thomas and Adamson Head Office Fit Out, Edinburgh

Having worked on the Cat A fit-out of offices in one of the original Edinburgh Royal Infirmary pavilions that have been refurbished at Quartermile, we were delighted to be invited by Scottish construction and property consultancy Thomas & Adamson to complete the fitout of their new head office in this amazing space, which glories in the retained features of the original building.

The original Cat A fit-out included: lighting and power, a raised access floor and ceilings, toilet blocks and mechanical installations.

The Cat B fit-out design by Form Design for Thomas and Adamson was influenced by the firm’s aim to reimagine the future of the workplace following the pandemic.

The new office spaces have been designed to better suit the future of work and support the changing needs of employees, offering modern and innovative space and breakout areas to help inspire and aid creativity.

The space covers two meeting rooms, an open plan office, break out areas and a coffee shop style drinks preparation area. The design incorporates exposed brick and tiling which highlight the building’s past and provides a wealth of interesting features.

In addition to all aspects of decoration, Scotwood produced bespoke oak shelving and display alcoves. Flooring combined Milliken tiles and Karndean flooring.

Scotwood Interiors were appointed to do the landlords CAT A works. Therefore, it was a very easy decision for us, due to our past working relationship, to simply negotiate our fitout works directly with them. As suspected, the negotiation of a suitable lump sum price was very easy, as was all discussions regarding changes during the works; they are very user friendly. We are delighted by the finished works.

Alastair Wallace
Senior Partner, Thomas and Adamson

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Thomas & Adamson Office Fit Out in Edinburgh

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