Yahoo famously stopped their employees from working at home, while companies such as PC manufacturer Dell have become well known for making use of remote working. No matter who is right, the debate once again thrusts the effects of working environments on productivity into the spotlight.
We are always open to new products and solutions that deliver greater flexibility or performance, and were impressed by the new SmartCool™ i-drive precision air conditioning (PAC) system by British manufacturer Airedale Air Conditioning.
Issues of sustainability have always been important to Procol. We were therefore keen to attend Wiltshire Wildlife Trust's Sustainability Forum Breakfast and become signatories to the Wiltshire Declaration on Climate Change.
In today’s society, people are living increasingly sedentary lifestyles. This is also the case in work environments, with more and more people engaged in office-based jobs. Worryingly, sedentary behaviour is having negative impacts on an individual’s health and their productivity.
For over three years, Procol have been proud supporters of the Teacup Appeal at Bath's Three Ways School. The aim is to raise funds to create a training kitchen, café and shop for young people aged 14–19 who have special educational needs.
A recent discussion reminded us of a report in The Telegraph a few years back which claimed that workers are less satisfied in open plan offices. The report sounded pretty conclusive, but in our experience there's much more to the matter than the attention-grabbing headlines let on!
Apetito gave Procol the task updating an existing space with a full refurbishment, in order to provide a welcoming and adaptable restaurant area to be used for rest breaks and informal meetings.
A global data comms supplier set us the task of converting an existing North London office into an IT hosting environment.
The complete refurbishment of a two-storey former British Legion building into serviced offices.
We were tasked with replacing the dry coolers at a critical data centre in North London, while ensuring there was no loss of service.