Monday, 4 August 2014

BIM.Technologies sets up shop in the Midlands

On Friday, our BIM.Technologies division edged closer to becoming a truly nationwide practice with the official opening of a new office down in the Midlands - Rugby, to be exact. This one's a real beauty.

Regent Court
The Victorian era Regent Court must be the oldest property we've ever resided in. It's a handsome three-storey building, not far at all from the town's beloved Caldecott Park. It was once owned by the De Rokeby family, from whom Rugby gets its name.

Altogether, the building comprises of eight suites and a basement meeting room.

As was the case in Edinburgh, we're renting one of one of the suites within Regent Court after an increase in work within the region and neighbouring areas.

Olly Thomas, Information Manager at BIM.Tech and office lead of this new Rugby department said: "This move allows us to service existing clients whilst building new relationships over the coming months with a mind to expanding in the near future".