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In 2016 Paramount Group completed a complex contract for two of the world’s leading companies.
Thomson Reuters is arguably the world’s most respected news gathering service, employing thousands of people in almost 200 offices worldwide. They recently decided to move their Paris headquarters to new building Le Luminis, in Puteaux.
It was an extremely complex project requiring the latest high end equipment and infrastructure to be installed to a stringent timescale and extremely high standard.
Reuters brought in the international commercial property advisors CBRE, a company who have a longstanding solid relationship with Paramount Group.
“They knew that it was going to be a tricky and time-critical installation so we’re delighted that two such prestigious companies came to us to solve their problems,” said Paramount general manager, Keith Irving.
“Reuters had an unmissable deadline for the move and with multiple additions to the original scope being added in the run up to project start, the pressure was really on,” said Paramount MD Ian Brown.
He continued: “We sent multiple dedicated teams of engineers from our Durham HQ over to Paris and shipped the new AV and data materials from various countries around the globe. Ultimately the project was delivered on time, to budget and to the very highest standard.”
The success of the Reuters/CBRE contract shows that Paramount Group can satisfy the demanding needs of multinational companies as well as catering for small businesses and local authorities.
It also speaks volumes for the work already completed by Paramount Group that companies like Reuters and CBRE came.