Como scores a hat trick | Como

Como scores a hat trick

  • Como's fit out work for Microsoft at Thames Valley Park.

Como has added to its collection of BCO (British Council of Offices) awards by winning no less than three awards at 2013's regional ceremonies.

One of the BCO’s primary objectives is to define excellence in office space. Their annual awards programme provides public recognition for top quality design and functionality and have become a benchmark for excellence in workplaces. 

The refurbishment and fit out of Microsoft’s Thames Valley Park campus building won the ‘Fit Out of Workplace’ category in the South West, Thames Valley & South Wales Awards.  According to the BCO, the judges felt that the creation of a fresh environment to nurture future expertise was a worthy recipient of this award. 

At the London & South East Awards, Great Portland Estates ‘One Sixty’ project won the ‘Corporate Workplace’ award and was commended for providing a building which suits the tenants business needs perfectly. 

Also at the London & South East Awards, the ‘Refurbished / Recycled Workplace’ category was awarded to the Land Securities ‘123 Victoria Street’ scheme.  This category is for corporate or commercial buildings where significant works have been carried out to adapt the existing building to modern office use.  The scheme was described as ‘a sparkling jewel in the heart of Westminster’. 

Steve Root, Como’s managing director said: “This is a fantastic result and we are delighted to have worked with great clients and consultants to achieve this. Congratulations must go to all involved in delivering these projects.”