International recruitment adviser, PageGroup, has made a major investment in a comprehensive refit and recommitment of its Brindleyplace, Birmingham office.
PageGroup has run a major regional office in Birmingham for 25 years, and which has been located at Brindleyplace for the last 20 years. It has developed and grown its base over that time into a major occupier at 4 Brindleyplace and a valued partner for the wider development.
The Birmingham office is home to its key Midlands teams and complements the group’s other offices across the UK as well as forming a vital part of its international network across 36 countries.
The refit of the Brindleyplace office allows the group to offer flexible working practices to its staff as well as permanent desks and meeting rooms for both visiting candidates and working colleagues.
Graham Lucas, Managing Director at PageGroup, said: “We’re very proud of the success of our Birmingham office and this is underlined by the investment we have made in our office at 4 Brindleyplace. An incredible location, with a range of well-designed work zones to cater for the way our teams and customers are working and additional technology investments have created a truly exciting hub. This refreshed platform is allowing both our colleagues and customers to connect in the most effective way as we deliver agile talent solutions.”
With new owner, Praxis, committed to investing in the infrastructure and fabric of the estate, its continued evolution as a business hub remains focused on delivering the highest sustainable working practices for its customers.
Matt Long, Senior Asset Manager at Praxis, said: “Brindleyplace is a special part of Birmingham’s business landscape precisely because of its pro-active focus on wellbeing and commitment to creating an exceptional workplace environment for its customers. Its location in the centre of the city’s green infrastructure, its outstanding public transport connections and public realm, makes it one of the most iconic business addresses in the city.”
Businesses on the estate include Deutsche Bank, Odgers Berndston, Landmark, Avison Young, Unity Trust Bank, X&Why, Reach and Deloitte as well as PageGroup and many more.