Planning a new office design, whether that’s a relocation to a new space or a complete fit-out of your existing building, is a huge job – you need to find the right location, agree the designs, hire the contractors, and we could go on.

Your Checklist

Whether you have a team of three, or maybe even 20, to work on the project, there are plenty of decisions to make. If you’ve done a bit of research before selecting a contractor, hopefully you’ve picked a good one. But what are you looking for? First, you’ll want to see if they’ve been open to your ideas. If not, that might be a deal-breaker. The worst nightmare of all time would be them giving you a low budget and trying to stick to their own vision. There are many people out there who will present you with some shoddy designs and get away with it because they have a ‘name’ on their wall. It can be easy to make a cheap deal but as soon as you get a bill, you’ll be thinking about how you can get your money back.

Finding the right fit out contractors for your job

However, there are different types of contractors who will be involved in different aspects of your move. We’ve got the tips for finding the perfect fit out contractors in saudi for your needs below. Consultants are usually well versed in a broad range of construction work, and are often able to give you a rundown of the work that needs to be done, the time frames involved, and the fees that are needed. Their role is typically to help to make decisions on what is feasible, and what is the best solution for the job. Some consultants will be able to specialise in certain parts of the job, and are able to also be called in at certain points of the project to assist with certain aspects.

How to get started?

Luckily, we’ve put together a quick guide to getting started – you can see the full guide here, but here are some of the things to keep in mind if you want to get off to the right start: Know your size. This might be hard, but if you know what you want, it makes life a lot easier. You can build a budget based on the number of people you need to feed in, the amount of equipment you have, and so on. A good way to see what your space will actually look like is to carry out a quick feasibility study of your space, noting all the items you need in there (including the equipment that can’t be delivered without a construction permit). Once you have that information, you can re-estimate your budget. Get in touch with your local council.

How to evaluate the contractor’s qualifications

The first thing you need to do is to meet a few contractors to see if they really can handle your design and construction needs. I do believe that finding and evaluating contractors is as hard as finding a top architect, though, because I have found myself scouring business directories, referring friends’ suggestions, professional directories, and general ads. However, to reduce the time you need to search, here are some of the best strategies to go through: Talk to someone else: First, have the employees at your current office wear a construction hat and suggest to you the contractors they are happy to work with. Just knowing other people are using the same contractor makes it easier for you to be sure the contractors are real and will do the job right.

The Price

One big part of the process is negotiating the price for the fit-out, as this is something that will be largely determined by the size of the design. This can get particularly tricky if there are co-owners involved who aren’t happy with the budget, or if there’s a difference in opinion between the architect and you. “You need to think about what the office space was designed to facilitate and whether your business is going to need those spaces to operate,” explains George Bailes, business growth lead at interior design company Galleria. “Talk to the architect and find out how much the space was paid for and what it was originally intended to be used for, then plan accordingly.

The Design

Most contractors will handle a complete redesign of a space, including the following: Lighting – For added depth, try recessed lighting rather than overhead; double-hung instead of single-hung; recessed for greater depth, and illuminates the space – For added depth, try recessed lighting rather than overhead; double-hung instead of single-hung; recessed for greater depth, and illuminates the space Seating – Buy a wide range of seats, and have them installed at different heights. This will give you plenty of options depending on the plan you have in mind. Buy a wide range of seats, and have them installed at different heights. This will give you plenty of options depending on the plan you have in mind. Walls – Once you have the furniture, don’t forget about the walls.