Missions accomplished with Agilité Solutions!
As children all over the country return to school and workforces are slowly arriving back at company headquarters, the Agilité team have been super busy getting stuck into various new ventures – in case you missed it, we recently announced our assorted project wins in this press release.
But there are plenty of developments we’ve successfully wrapped up that you may not have heard about. Here’s the inside scoop on some awesome Agilité Solutions completions…
Agilité Solutions was challenged with transforming a 700sqm building into the inspiring new home of the Institute for Employment Vocations – founded by French first lady, Brigitte Macron.
This prestigious project provided us with a fantastic opportunity to showcase Agilité’s fit out expertise, and it was an honour to be involved in a scheme which would have such a positive social impact on the wider French community.
The Agilité team was appointed to design, manufacture and install a range of large-format wall graphics in order to provide a visual update to the BMI Group’s Luxembourg office.
A quartet of large-format visuals was created to bring colour to the 520m² space, including its walls and structural pillars – with designs adapted in accordance with the nuances of the room itself. Once a scheme was agreed, the pieces were manufactured and installed within a matter of days.
Agilité was selected to spearhead two complex fit-out projects for global organisation, Singapore Airlines – delivered in tandem.
The duo of tasks comprised migrating personnel from their existing office in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, to the recently renovated TOUR W / AXWAY in La Défense, as well as renovating the airport team’s traffic office above Terminal 1 of Charles de Gaulle Airport.
After the five-week operation, work was completed on Singapore Airlines’ new canteen space, changing and storage rooms, IT room and a small meeting and collaboration space.
Agilité Solutions was appointed to fit out a 1,400 sqm office space on the 19th floor of a newly constructed tower in Paris’ business district, La Défense.
Completed in just eight weeks, the design and build project included the creation of 120 workstations, 10 cellular spaces, eight meeting rooms – complete with video conferencing facilities – alongside areas for private functions as well as break-out and cafeteria spaces.