What to look for in your office handover.

The handover of your new workspace is an amazing milestone for a campaign. You’ve worked so hard over many months with your specialist and their team to deliver an environment that is going to set your business up for the future and provide a platform for success.


But as you go through the hand-over process, take some time to ensure the quality of product, fit and finish, along with any agreed features are all working to your standards. If your fit-out specialist doesn’t provide you with an inspection checklist for handover, here are some key areas that you should inspect before signing your project off as complete.




Damaged ceiling tiles

There is a lot of work that goes into the ceiling of a new workplace, from cabling for electricity and data to air-con and insulation. Take the time to walk the floor space and make sure there are no damaged or faulty ceiling tiles that could cause injury to those sitting below them or are at risk of creating damage to other services in the ceiling or on the ground.



Paint Imperfections

Marks and dents in walls

Power and data outlets that work

Air conditioning that is balanced

Neat and Flush joints in joinery

Grout and Silicon workaround tiling


Choosing the right professional fit-out team for your new office workspace may possibly be one of the most cost and time-efficient decisions that can be made when considering the development of your future workspace.


So, if you are looking for an office fit-out specialist with the industry best design to help you navigate the development of your post-covid work environment, get in touch.

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