The Visionary is in charge of the overall design concept. They’re on-point and on-hand to smash the deliverables and safeguard the integrity of your project. Boring people call them senior workplace design consultants.
The Brand Strategist does lots of experiential stuff that’s hard to put into words. They basically ask the really big questions. Things like: who are you? Why are you here? They’re on board to keep your design authentic. We reckon it’s a bit like telling a moody teenager to paint his bedroom black, though they assure us there’s more to it than that.
The Details Woman or man (we’re not sexist.) Analytical and detailed and creatively brilliant, our project designers turn the approved layout into a fully-detailed interior proposal. They prepare all the complicated construction stuff that landlords and local authorities like to see and co-ordinate services drawings with the engineers. They also do a lot of the heavy lifting developing the design and overseeing the works on site.
The CAD Father works with the project designers to produce whizzy autoCAD-based drawings. This lets us (and you) see your design from any angle and zoom in for close-ups. The CAD system also monitors design dependencies so that when an engineer changes something, all the values that depend on it automatically change, too. Clever stuff, that.
The Grey Hair Department has overall responsibility for site operations and delivering the contract. For members of the build and specialist services teams – mechanical, electrical, plumbing, AV, acoustics, tech and so on – the senior construction manager is judge, jury and executioner.
The Skipper is head honcho on site with prime responsibility for site safety, day-to-day subcontractor progress and quality control. They’re basically ringmasters at the circus.