Another firm is relocating to the office complex at Admiral Park, with BDO Guernsey announcing it will move in to "one of the greenest buildings" in the island once the final phase of the development is complete in 2024.
Developed by Comprop, the building - which will cover 67,000sq. ft - is the final phase of the Admiral Park project. It will be built using the latest environmental assessment methods, meaning it will be accredited for energy performance and sustainability criteria.
BDO's bosses said the move will provide a modern office facility with individual work stations, the latest technology, and breakout areas designed for staff collaboration. The office has also been developed to maximise both natural light and the efficiency of the space. There will be bicycle and e-bike parking, along with cycle lanes to be developed in the surrounding area.
Pictured: BDO will move into the second floor of the building, which will have J W Rihoy & Son Ltd as the main contractor.
MD Richard Searle said: “We are excited to be moving to a dynamic area of town. At BDO we believe in investing in the future of Guernsey businesses, with an acute focus on workplace wellbeing at the top of our agenda. The combination of location with the high-spec quality of office will provide new and current employees with a modern environment that meets their needs and encourages socialising and engagement between colleagues and friends.
“BDO has had a presence in Guernsey for more than 120 years and signing a lease for a new premises reinforces our commitment to the island. Our purpose is helping people and businesses to succeed and being in a new, purpose-designed space is absolutely going to help our amazing team do just that, for our wide range of local clients.
“The eco credentials of the building, as accredited by BREEAM, make this one of the greenest buildings in Guernsey, which is fantastic news as we continually look to minimise our impact on the island’s beautiful natural environment.”
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