What will your workplace look like when employees start to return to the office?

People are no longer being asked to work from home now restrictions have been lifted in England.

COEL teeing off to a great start at Ely City Golf Club

Nestled in the stunning North Cambridgeshire countryside sits Ely City Golf Club. This much lauded trophy winning club has long retained a reputation as a sought-after golf club and an exceptional sporting facility, attracting keen players from around the region for many years. The Club management committee sensibly decided to use the recently enforced lockdown… Read More »

COEL’s subsidiary company CMS Cambridge delivers sustainable furniture disposal solutions

With many offices being reconfigured in the wake of the pandemic, how do we dispose of redundant furniture in an ethical way? CMS Cambridge, the furniture division of local design and fit out firm offers a sustainable service for clients that care about their green credentials.

The Wonderful World of Furniture Showrooms

The COEL team recently made the long-awaited journey to the Clerkenwell furniture showrooms to feast on the most recent designs to entice us back to the mothership and to stage our working lives.

COEL: The Way We Work Survey

Are your workers coming back to the workplace? How are they feeling about it?

COEL has won Business of the Year (company employing more than 50 employees) at the SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards.

The annual awards ceremony highlights the success and growth of businesses across a diverse range of sectors. COEL is a design and fit out company for offices and laboratories which offers a full turnkey service.

10 Changes Businesses Could Make to Pandemic-proof Workplaces

It’s thought that a year of coronavirus lockdowns has cost the economy £251billion through closed businesses and reduced footfall. So, it’s no wonder that the Government and private businesses alike are keen to get Brits back in the office.

B4 Cambridge – An introduction to the B4 Community

In this episode of The Business Brunch, B4 ventures beyond Oxfordshire again to introduce two more members from Cambridge – Gareth John and Ollie Lewis.

B4 Cambridge – An introduction to the B4 Community

In this episode of The Business Brunch, B4 ventures beyond Oxfordshire again to introduce two more members from Cambridge – Gareth John and Ollie Lewis.

Daniel Fordham

COEL’s new property head hails dawn of agile working

As we emerge from the pandemic and embrace a new era of ‘agile’ working and flexible workspaces, COEL has the innovation to succeed, says new Head of Property Services, Daniel Fordham. Cambridge-based COEL specialise in high-quality office and laboratory refurbishment, working closely with science and technology clients, to create modern and forward-thinking working environments. “Agile working is set to be at the forefront of commercial workspace decisions as we come out of lockdown,” says Daniel. “It was something that was always on the horizon, but the pandemic has brought it forward several years – and so for COEL to already be pioneering well-thought-out agile workspaces, makes this an exciting time to be part of the team.”

Working through the crisis

Days into the first lockdown COEL was commissioned to deliver a vital healthcare facility and the pace has not stopped since then.

Alistair Rumbelow, Dan Brown and Neil Cook

Management buy-out signals exciting future for workspace design experts COEL

The future looks bright for employees at COEL – the region’s leading office design and fit-out specialists – following a management buy-out.