Thursday, December 3, 2020

Duo of new appointments for office fit out firm

Workplace consultants and interior fit out specialists Blueprint Interiors has appointed Hannah Chambers as Technical Designer and Nick Cupit as Bid Manager.

The new appointments are part of a strategic plan to bring on board four new people as the company responds to demand from businesses keen to create more agile and inspiring workspaces in order to provide a compelling and safe return to their offices.

In her new role, Hannah will bridge the gap between design and construction by creating detailed technical drawing packs so that the overall design is implemented and built as intended. This will also provide the basis of accurate sets of ‘as built’ drawings for the client’s handover pack.

Nick, in his role, will oversee the pre-contracts side of projects to ensure that best value is achieved for clients and that supplier relationships are strengthened and broadened as the business grows.

Both Nick and Hannah will be based at WorkLife Central, Blueprint Interiors’ offices in Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire which has recently been updated to demonstrate the latest in workplace design.

Hannah said: “When I visited Worklife Central I immediately loved the atmosphere. I could see how passionate the Blueprint team is about designing great places to work and that employee wellbeing is clearly at the forefront of their design ethos.”

Nick Cupit added: “I am looking forward to engaging with clients and supporting them to develop and realise their workspace aspirations. I am also eager to work with our supply chain partners to deliver best in class interior design, office furniture and technology solutions.”

Hannah is a qualified Interior Architect & Designer with a Degree from The University of Portsmouth and has a keen interest in countryside photography having grown up on a farm. Nick, who is a self-confessed petrol head, enjoys playing golf, and mountain biking, and has recently gained a qualification in leadership and management.

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