Commercial interiors firm Paramount have been appointed to design and build the new offices of Digital Transformation recruiters, Conexus. Work started at the 5500sqft site on 17 January and is set to run until the end of March.
Conexus is an international and dynamic business which was established in 2019, and already has a global client base including the likes of PWC, Deloitte and Glovo. Following an incredibly successful 2021, which saw the business grow its head count by 500%, maintain 100% retention and open an office in Barcelona, Conexus is creating a brand-new HQ in the capital.
Keen to create a workspace that not only reflects their brand culture and values, but also creates a destination on the outskirts of Cardiff City Centre, Conexus held a Creative pitch involving a number of Contractors. As a result, award-winning Cardiff-based interiors firm, Paramount has been appointed to complete the task.
Connor Wall, Conexus MD says “Starting a business during a pandemic has its challenges, but our first two years have seen nothing but continued growth, new clients and the rapid evolution of our recruitment offering. We can’t wait to see Paramount Interiors’ work on Conexus’ brand-new HQ so that we have an office space that matches our ambitious future business plans.”
Dale Williams, Conexus CEO says “As many businesses have found over the last two years of remote working, having an inspiring and creative co-working space for employees has been lacking in many industries. We’re thrilled to take our hardworking team into the next stage of Conexus’ journey with a brand new HQ that allows them to work collaboratively and continue to work with businesses and talent that helps shape the future.”
Kevin Mashford, Paramount Sales Director says “We’re delighted to be working with Conexus, a business both at the cutting edge of technology and the top of their game. Reflecting these fundamentals of their brand in our design solution was our challenge and one which we feel we’ve really delivered on, providing an environment that’s both highly collaborative as well as aesthetically beautiful.”