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and budget constraints. It’s obvious, but it’s not the norm in this sector.” Elsewhere, FormFive has recently submitted


designs for Brixworth Community Centre and hopes to continue that relationship into the refurbishment of an existing building; and has completed the fi rst phase of a project at Headlands Primary School in Northampton. Combined with the unforeseen rate of growth in


the interiors side of the business, the order book is looking very healthy and the targets set out at the beginning are looking increasingly modest. FormFive Interiors will supply turnkey solutions for office refurbishments in conjunction with a major provider – capitalising on the changing face of commercial environments as people begin to shift back from working at home into full-time or part-time in the offi ce. Open plan offi ces with good ventilation, lighting and break out areas are increasingly in demand, with modern features like meeting pods built into the design for times when privacy is needed. “It’s been an interesting start to the business,”


said Matthew. “We went out there and did all the networking and got our name known and it has taken off in a way we hadn’t really imagined. “Because we cover all facets of the construction industry, we get


phone calls from recommendations about certain aspects people need help with, but then the natural step is for them to use more of our services once they get to know us. “We said at the start that FormFive is new, diff erent and bold, and


our fi ve core service model make us diff erent from traditional main contractors as we can envelope all services for developers, project managements companies and investors. We see things from the point of view of the client and break down the barriers to the free fl ow of information, so that they are kept up to date every step of the way. “T e construction sector is sometimes slow to adapt to new ways


of working and we are disrupting that. We make clients’ lives easier and make them feel connected to their own projects, but at the same time we’re also lightening the workloads of the other involved parties, because they are using us to bridge gaps and deliver a joined-up solution. “T at way, we end up with a happy client at the end. If what the client gets is what they wanted at the start, then everyone is happy.”


For more information call 07926 167477, email info@formfi vegroup.co.uk or visit the website www.formfi vegroup.co.uk


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