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News / 05 August 2021

Crestbridge makes Jersey office investment in response to changing working environment

Crestbridge makes Jersey office investment in response to changing working environment

Crestbridge has made a significant investment in its Jersey headquarters in response to changing post-pandemic working patterns, the evolving needs and wellbeing of their employees and to accommodate the further growth in its Jersey team.

As part of the investment, Crestbridge has taken on an additional floor in its Charter Place office and made a number of innovative renovations across its office space to accommodate more agile, open-plan and collaborative working practices.

The firm’s reception area has also relocated as part of the project to a new main entrance on Charter Place and local artist James Carter has been commissioned to produce a unique mural in the new office space.

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Fiona St Clair-Bolam, Group Head of HR, and James Young, Group Head of Technology and Change at Crestbridge have led on the project.

Fiona commented: “Not only does this represent a significant investment in our local headquarters, it’s also a statement of intent as we look to the future and what will undoubtedly be a new working environment. We are an increasingly agile team and we are a growing business and our office environment needs to reflect that. This is an investment that is all about providing our people with agile, flexible space and helping them to feel comfortable, positive and safe at work.”

James Young, Group Head of Technology & Change, added: “Operationally we’ve seen working practices change considerably over the past year or so. We were already geared up to accommodate flexible working practices before the pandemic through our robust technology infrastructure, and we have taken this as an opportunity to improve our approach still further by creating a fully revitalised and future-proof office environment.”

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