Recursive designed specified tendered and project managed the enitre AV and IT infrastructure systems in AT Kearney’s new HQ in the iconic art deco Adelphi building located on London’s embankment. With some of the best views of London from the 12th floor, and as a historically beautiful buidling it was impreative the the 21st century technology did not distract from the building or the views.
Our design utilised the latest conferencing technology which provides high quality audio microphones and loudspeakers with HD cameras in a compact configuration. With a simple connection of a USB and HDMI cable soft codecs such as Skype or Webex on users laptops get the best possible in room experience. Below are some kind words from Amanda Holden, AT Kearney’s Planning & Business Operations Manager.
Words from the Client
“We had not had any experience of Recursive prior to our tender process. We were recommended to put Recursive onto the tender list alongside 4 other firms by our project management firm. We then interviewed 4 of the 5 firms. The team came across extremely well in interview and communicated with ease on the questions we put to them. They were far more “level headed” and “down to earth” on the practicalities of what our requirements were. We really enjoyed interviewing them and felt very comfortable with their pragmatic working style, so it was quite an easy choice to appoint them after interviewing all 4 firms. Their fee was more or less on a par with the other firms so it really did come down to the right fit for A.T. Kearney and level of knowledge that they displayed. They have delivered everything they promised, and more so far. We have had a tough pull on our budget since our initial design so they have worked diligently with us to see where we can save costs without compromising the level of AV and IT infrastructure we require in such a high profile office. It has not been an easy job for them, but they still deliver with a smile on their face and are not scared to be honest with us if we are going off in the wrong direction. They are definitely leaders in their niche market, know what they are talking about and appear to be ahead of the game with knowledge on what is coming to the market in the near and mid future, which is very helpful when planning a fit out with a long lease.”