Leading South West chartered accountancy firm Milsted Langdon has completed a major refurbishment of its Taunton office, focusing on sustainability and the benefits of eco-friendly improvements.
The firm’s largest office, which is based in Winchester House on Deane Gate Avenue in Blackbrook business park, has undergone significant building work, including a reshaping of the internal structure to create a more modern work environment that allows for further growth, as well as a spacious coffee-shop style lounge area for staff and contemporary client meeting rooms.
The move is part of the firm’s ongoing plans for continuous improvement around sustainability and innovation and reflects Milsted Langdon’s future ambitions in Taunton.
The firm had already started its journey to a more sustainable future by going paperless across all of its offices, and further eco-improvements as part of the refurbishment include solar panels being installed on the roof, an electric charging point added to the car park and new energy saving lighting and air conditioning system in place.
Chairman Tim Close said: “Completing this project was a huge achievement and we’re seeing significant improvements for our staff already.
“Although it meant that the office had to close whilst building work was carried out, it wasn’t an issue – the pandemic has illustrated how we can be flexible and work remotely with no impact to client service.
“Our designers worked closely with an internal project team to understand our brand and the way we, as a firm, want to work going forward, and the new office reflects a modern and flexible approach, with innovative and sustainable workplace solutions to help our people thrive”.
Milsted Langdon is currently recruiting for a range of roles at their refurbished office in Taunton, as well as their other offices in Bath, Bristol and Yeovil. For more information see www.milstedlangdon.co.uk