The ODAPS creative office design team produces both functional and innovative workplace solutions. Alongside this, ODAPS strive to cut costs where feasibly possible without compromising the overall quality, ensuring maximum value of your project.

By combining creative flair with a sound understanding of building construction, our office designers can produce tailored solutions for your office requirements. From the functional to the innovative, whether you simply need to fit more people into your office, or wish to add a ‘wow-factor’ to improve your profile, ODAPS can help.

From concept design to full working drawings, to implementation, our designers work in partnership with our clients and our projects team. We work with our clients to create the brief, and also provide the solution in partnership with them. We do not dictate what we think the solution ought to be. We have no preconceived ideas for your office- each project is individual and we apply our expertise and knowledge to provide tailored solutions.

We are able to undertake a Building Appraisal of existing or new office space to assess how your existing space can be better used, or how much space you may require in a new office. We also ask the relevant questions to stimulate consideration for how the office can be set up to cope with changing business requirements. This allows us to produce a workplace strategy to ensure that the design is ‘future-proofed’ and the money is spent in the right areas to help the strategic growth of your business.

You can also be assured that we consistently deliver value for money. With knowledge of products, office furniture and materials, and how to apply them, our office designers maximise the potential of your budget.

Because our office designers are all qualified professionals, you can also be assured that all our designs comply with current legislation such as the Building Regulations. This is an important consideration. The Building Regulations is just one of many regulations which affects building design. These regulations ensure the health and safety of people in and around buildings by providing functional requirements for building design and construction. In addition the regulations promote energy efficiency in buildings and contribute to the needs of disabled people.

The erection of a single partition may seem simple, but this in itself could be sufficient to contravene the Building Regulations by affecting such things as means of escape and ventilation. An important consideration for any project is to ensure those carrying out the work on your behalf are competent to deal with Building Regulations and other mandatory legislation.