Work has started to fit out international beauty giant Deciem’s new £440k Nottingham store by East Midlands-based commercial interior designer APSS.
APSS will deliver a new state of the art office and warehouse, located on Castle Park Industrial Estate, on the corner of Queen’s Drive and Wilford Road, ready for its new tenants Deciem from October this year.
The works include the refit of the 3,500 sq. ft two-floor office accommodation and the 27,000 sq. ft adjoining warehouse.
Deciem, which is also known as ‘The Abnormal Beauty Company’, is an international beauty corporation with an umbrella of brands including the popular The Ordinary skincare range, supplement brand Fountain, and skincare brand Niod.
At its new site, there will be new contemporary lighting and heating throughout, the addition of glazed partitions, and high-quality wall, floor and ceiling finishes. There will also be renovations to the façade of the unit and service trenches for a new power supply, plus external work including new roller shutter doors and fire escapes.
The 10-week programme of works is expected to complete around the start of October this year.
Specialists in commercial interiors, office refurbishments, retail interior fit outs and construction solutions, Lincolnshire-based APSS has national clients in sectors including education, healthcare, industrial, commercial and retail.
APSS was awarded the contract for the works following the completion of the neighbouring unit at the site.
Deciem’s current Nottingham base is located on the Bloomsgrove Industrial Estate, in Radford, but will soon be moving to the newly renovated unit near the city once the refurbishment is complete.
Jon Garnham, senior quantity surveyor at APSS, said: “Here at APSS, we specialise in a vast range of fit outs and refurbishments, including in the retail sector, and we enjoy working with high-profile brands that are continually growing within their industry.
“This 10-week programme is a great example of how quick we can turnaround a project and we look forward to completing the works and welcoming Deciem to the site. Tapping into the theme of luxury skincare and beauty, the unit will make an eye-catching yet functional workspace for the team.”