JAC Group reappointed by Gleacher Shacklock
One of JAC’s long standing clients Gleacher Shacklock has recently reappointed JAC to advise on the reconfiguration and finishes of their offices in Cleveland House.
Cleveland House is situated on the south side of King Street, at the junction with St James’s Square. The area is one of the world’s renowned business districts and is home to many multi-national companies, private Clubs, world-famous restaurants and art galleries.
In 2003, JAC moved Gleachers into the 33 King Street property, where they have now resided for over 10 years. Over this time JAC have provided Gleachers with design and architectural services, upgrading and maintaining the design of the offices working environment to support the company’s growth.
A 5 week programme is now in place to oversee phase one of the current works, upgrading finishes and fixtures to bring them up to building standards and to create a modernised aesthetic. Work wall solutions will be introduced to remove storage off the floors, creating more space for the workplace configuration.
John Cox, Managing Director comments;
“JAC’s lifecycle service is an on-going support network that provides expert advice on any matters the client may face throughout their occupancy of the property. Our portfolio of existing client’s is a testament to the lifecycle team’s on-going professional services, creating long lasting affiliations with profound clients such as Gleacher Shacklock.”