Office Fitouts

Changing your premises

Our team of Project Managers have the required skillset and experience to manage full or partial office fitouts for existing and new clients. Every year, our clients change and adapt their workspace to suit their changing requirements. Acacia have many years’ experience dealing with these changes in strict timelines to achieve successful results, no matter what the challenges are.

Handling the tasks for you

Our Project Managers will deal with Landlords, Planners, Statutory Obligations as well as other Stakeholders to ensure the fitout of your office is completed on time, within budget, and always with safety in mind. In Facilities Management, constant communication and expectation management are key tools in delivering a successful project – both are expected from all our client facing staff.

 

Benefits

  • Our experience in managing office fitouts ensures that our clients projects are completed on time
  • Our skilled project managers will engage with all stakeholders to ensure the full completion of the refurbishment of your premises.

Contact Us

Fergus MacMahon
Operations Director
T +353 086 686 0769
E fergus.macmahon@acacia.ie

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