Latest News | 23 March 2023

Consultancy relocates to managed workspace building

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Property, construction, and infrastructure consultancy Pick Everard has relocated its Derby operation to a building managed by Connect Derby.

The multi-disciplinary practice has moved from Kenning Studios, in Queen Street, to Sadler Bridge Studios, a managed workspace in the city’s Cathedral Quarter.

The move is part of a wider national office strategy, enabling Pick Everard to adopt more agile and collaborative ways of working for its growing 650-plus workforce.

The Derby office, which employs 30 people, directly supports a range of commissions, with important locally based clients including Bowmer + Kirkland, Rolls-Royce and Derbyshire County Cricket Club.

Sadler Bridge Studios is a purpose-built workspace, comprising 35 units in a three-storey modern multi-occupancy office building.

It also contains RASK, a Scandinavian-style café on the ground floor.

David Nisbet, partner at Pick Everard, said: “We’re delighted with our new home at Sadler Bridge Studios.

“Its location in the heart of the city is perfect for us, and the facilities are ideal for our evolving office portfolio.

“Our aim is to provide outstanding services to our clients and communities, developing our agile and collaborative style of working.

“The team at Connect Derby have been very accommodating and have enabled us to achieve a seamless transition into our new office space.”

Ann Bhatti, head of Connect Derby, said: “I’d like to welcome such a long-standing and well-established business as Pick Everard to Sadler Bridge Studios.

“They are a great addition to the range of creative businesses already based here.

“Sadler Bridge Studios’ city centre location is proving increasingly popular with businesses looking for a flexible and hybrid working environment.

“We now boast a diverse community of new and established businesses from across the creative industries and the supply chain to the creative industries.”

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