Peldon Rose named one of The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work for, for a third year!
After the success of completing one of the largest interior design and build projects in Europe at 212,000 sq ft, it seems Peldon Rose has even more to shout about this year.
Peldon Rose, a London based office interior design and fit out company, have been acknowledged by The Sunday Times as one of the 100 Best Companies to Work for 2015.
Jitesh Patel, CEO of Peldon Rose, has commented, “This is an amazing achievement not only for the business, but for our people. It’s a great recognition of everyone’s hard work throughout every aspect of our business, making Peldon Rose such a fantastic place to be and work.”
In 2014, Peldon Rose was awarded Highly Commended by UK Property Awards for their Friends of the Earth office design. Not only this, but they were also shortlisted for three FX Awards for Friends of the Earth.
Patel goes on to say, “We try to create a working environment that will retain and attract top talent and improve staff engagement, happiness and morale for our clients, so it’s a true testament that we ourselves also live this.”
But this isn’t the first time Peldon Rose has been recognised for their hard work. This is the third time The Sunday Times have named them one of the 100 Best Companies to Work for – they previously earned the title in 2012 and 2013.
It’s set to be a good year for Peldon Rose!
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Peldon Rose is a leader in office interior design and fit out and has been creating award winning offices since 1986.
Based in Wimbledon, they work closely with clients to provide workspaces that increase productivity, retain and attract the top talent and best clients.
Peldon Rose completes both CAT A and CAT B projects around London and the U.K., ranging anywhere from 1,000 Sq. ft to 212,000 Sq. ft. Clients have included: Google, Aker Solutions, Friends of the Earth, JustGiving and Louis Vuitton.