LONDON, October 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Leading workplace consultant Peldon Rose has received three prestigious International Property Awards for its Save the Children International and aia worldwide projects.
This takes the total of International Property Awards to eight for Peldon Rose, having been recognised for excellent workplace design for three years in a row. The company received Best Office Interior UK and Five Star Award - Office Interior, for Save the Children International, plus Highly Commended Office Interior, London, for digital agency aia worldwide.
Jitesh Patel, Chief Executive Officer, Peldon Rose Workplace Consultants, said:
"We are honoured to accept these accolades for our work and I would like to thank my team and our clients for placing such trust in us. It is important to understand the business, the people and the monetary requirements of an organisation when designing workplaces. Both projects are cost-effective, efficient and a real boost to staff morale. It proves that keeping costs down doesn't mean scrimping on good design".
The International Property Awards are world-renowned and intended to celebrate the highest levels of achievement by companies operating in all sectors of property and real estate.
Stuart Shield, President, International Property Awards, said:
"The quality of entries has been extremely high and there's no doubt that any company which has won an award has shown exceptional levels of professionalism and competence".
Achieved on a tight budget, Peldon Rose undertook the design and build of a new global centre for Save the Children International (SCI) as part of the organisation's worldwide transformation, intended ultimately to save more children's lives.
Additionally, in order to attract top talent against other better paying commercial sectors, SCI needed to provide an engaging workplace that would boost staff satisfaction. Also SCI wanting to ensure that the offices clearly demonstrated value for money and diverted the minimum of funds from its work with young people.
As an innovative organisation, leading digital brand authority, aia worldwide needed collaborative ways of working, backed up by the technology to support it. Much of the design emphasis is put into the meeting and breakout areas. This meant there was a choice of areas to work from: desks which could be scaled up or down according to the number of people who used them, numerous break-out and soft-seating areas and plenty of meeting rooms.
SOURCE Peldon Rose Workplace Consultants