LAMBERT Smith Hampton is pleased to announce that AMS Technologies have agreed to take a 4,000 sq ft office suite at Nene House, Daventry for their new UK office.
AMS Technologies has over 30 years of experience as a leading distributor of high-tech, leading-edge components, systems and equipment. The new office will be servicing UK and Ireland customers from this new office location which will see AMS relocate from its existing base in Lutterworth.
Tom Pearson at Nene Group said: "Our ability to attract and secure AMS Technologies was down to the proactive approach we have adopted to investing in the building. What was previously tired office space has now been transformed into modern fit for purposes space which any occupier would be proud to occupy.
"We are long-term investors in Daventry and have always built relationships with our tenants who ultimately become long term clients of ours."
The transformation of Nene House has involved in the region of £250,000 of capital investment by Nene Group to fully refurbish the offices and create a new entrance reception which now provides a sense of arrival befitting an office building of this scale. In addition, an energy-efficient initiative such as the installation of LED lighting has improved the energy performance of the offices.
Nene House now offers some of the highest quality office space available in Daventry with office suites ranging from 2,775 sq ft to 21,980 sq ft on flexible leasing arrangements, with additional fit-out options available through the landlord team.
Jane Glendenning of AMS, said: "AMS were delighted to secure these offices for our relocation which will provide an ideal platform for the UK business to service its client base. The decision was made easy by working with Tom Pearson and his team who were very accommodating in trying to meet our specific needs, including our specialist fit out."
Nene Group have been advised by Lambert Smith Hampton and Ian Leather, Director said: "The investment by Nene Group was crucial to regenerating the building and creating workspace that modern occupiers want and securing AMS is testament to the positive approach that our client has taken, which many would shy away from. The investment was more than just refurbishing some space; Tom's team also adopted a can-do attitude to meet the occupiers' specific needs, which has seen a further £80,000 spent on bespoke specialist fit-out for AMS and its sister company Elforlight."
Nene House is very much open for business. Any occupier who wants to discover the Workplace of the Future and how it can accommodate their office needs, contact Ian Leather or Guy Sinkler at Lambert Smith Hampton on 01604 664366.