The company, which provides both physical and virtual office spaces with a focus on the clean energy sector, is seeing more businesses embracing the virtual way of life – and at a fraction of the cost.
The latest tenant to join OrbisEnergy’s worldwide centre of excellence is A3D, specialist engineering surveyors who have almost 50 years’ worth of experience in their field.
Providing engineering, design, draughting and surveying services to a range of major oil refining and distribution companies as well as gas, pharmaceutical, detergent and building constriction businesses, A3D’s move into virtual offices is the latest example of their innovative and dynamic approach.
Colin Pittman, Director of A3D, said: “We are really focused on providing innovative, cost-effective and time-saving solutions for our clients.”
“Joining OrbisEnergy on a virtual tenancy aligned with our goals, saving us costs on physical office space whilst also giving us access to a number of tenant benefits all under the umbrella of an environmentally-minded space.”
OrbisEnergy provide both physical and virtual tenancies at their cutting-edge, environmentally friendly building at Great Britain’s most easterly point in Lowestoft, Suffolk.
As more employers see the benefits of working from home but still require access to professional spaces as well as services including mail and telephone handling, OrbisEnergy are welcoming an increasing number of virtual tenants onboard.
Alongside this, OrbisEnergy also provides sector networking opportunities, business support initiatives and sources of funding advice.
Angela Grey, Building and Tenant Manager at OrbisEnergy said: “We are delighted to welcome A3D to the building as our newest virtual tenant.”
“We are seeing more and more companies consider the switch to remote working but still requiring occasional access to professional spaces such as offices and meeting rooms. With our virtual tenancies, we are able to offer this access in a cost-efficient way whilst still offering benefits such as mail and call handling which is essential to many business’ operations.”
OrbisEnergy is based in the UK’s most easterly point, Lowestoft in Suffolk. A hub for the nation’s clean energy operations, the building has been home to established names in industry including ScottishPower Renewables, Global Wind Service UK Ltd and 4C Offshore.
Image: OrbisEnergy, Lowestoft – Credit: Julian Claxton