IIS Space delivered the office fitout of client Lucozade Ribena Suntory. The offices are located on the 7th floor of The Chase Building, Sandyford. The interior was taken up with multiple large meeting rooms and offices, outdated technologies and under-utilised reception area, the furniture was also outdated and oversized for the present user – a work space in need of modernisation.

The brief was to fully utilise their existing floorplate by creating definitive zones for:

  • Formal and informal meetings
  • Canteen
  • Social / games area
  • Town hall
  • Flexible breakout areas

The solution needed to reflect the young company demographic and deliver an inspiring, staff focused design that amplified the company’s inherent brand values.


    Lucozade Ribena Suntory (LRS)

    The Chase Building, Sandyford

    7 Weeks
  • SIZE

    9,000 sq. ft.


Seven weeks from comprehensive design proposal to completed build

IIS Space delivered a complete design and build turnkey solution to this 9,000 sq. ft. space in an impressive 7 weeks. Every stage was tightly managed by our expert team. Pre-construction and design development were completed in 4 weeks. During the 3-week construction programme our project managers planned and supervised over 5000-man hours on site. As a multi tenanted building there were many additional challenges such as the constant sharing of information with building management and other tenants to ensure no disruption during a fast track construction project.

The extensive fitout works included;

  • Strip out and refurbishment of all existing finishes and fittings
  • Full mechanical and electrical fitout
  • New flooring
  • Formal and informal meeting rooms ranging from privacy booths to a townhall
  • Construction of a new kitchen area with open plan seating
  • Furniture installation
  • Chill out area with mountain views

Smart staff-focused spaces

This office fitout for client Lucozade Ribena Suntory has resulted in a brighter, more colourful and flexible workspace. The design is staff focused and the space is comfortable and encourages collaboration through the use of break out areas. There are booths which allow privacy, a town hall for meetings, a pool table for fun. The result is an ultra-modern hybrid office.