WorkSpace are experts in construction, interior fit-out, commercial furniture services, and facilities management. Delivering projects of all sizes across all sectors from complex, high-end showrooms, office fit-out schemes to fast-track retail build projects often in live environments.
Whether you need a comprehensive strip-out, stunning fit-out or a brand-new build, fit, aftercare programme. We can adapt or even rebuild to suit your needs.
Being part of McLaughlin & Harvey means we are in great company – and you will be too! With over 170 years of heritage and experience, and around 800 colleagues with experience in the delivery of major construction and civil engineering projects across every major sector including health, education and commercial. With all relevant accreditations and a laser-like focus on health and safety; we have the most robust systems and processes you could ask for.
We operate throughout the UK and Ireland with offices in Belfast, Glasgow, Bristol, Birmingham, and London.
We pride ourselves in being agile, highly responsive, experienced, and reliable.
WorkSpace provides our clients with the focus and responsiveness of a nimble, agile team with the reassurance that they're working with one of the most trusted construction companies in the UK and Ireland. But those aren't the only reasons you should consider us...
Concentrating on a lower number of smaller projects means we are focused on yours; offering you flexible, responsive, customised services.
Being part of one of the UK’s premier construction and civil engineering contractors, McLaughlin & Harvey, means we have access to significant support, technological and financial resources.
Our in-house design and, estimating specialists work seamlessly together to deliver cohesive solutions in fit-outs across commercial (Category A and Category B), hospitality, automotive, retail, and education sectors.
Our success is made possible by high levels of repeat business from major brand names such as M&S, NatWest Group, and ITV News.
Although dedicated to smaller construction projects, we do not compromise on quality, health and safety, environmental management, or legal and statutory compliance.
At WorkSpace we are committed to a culture that promotes diversity and inclusion. We believe in enabling our people to be the very best they can be. Many of our managers and senior managers have come through the ranks of McLaughlin & Harvey and hold fast, to our company values which have fairness, inclusion and respect at their core. This culture impacts the relationships we have with our clients, our professional partners, our colleagues and our base of trusted subcontractors.
McLaughlin & Harvey has a long history of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) extending back to before the general recognition of the term.
We are proud of our reputation for high levels of integrity and acting at all times with fairness in all of our stakeholder interactions.
We consider the essence of CSR as being how we treat those affected by our business. For us, the term can also relate to ‘Constructing Strong Relationships’.
Our approach to CSR has led to us being recognised with the BITC NI ‘Responsible Company of the Year’ and the Considerate Constructors Scheme ‘Most Considerate Site’.
At WorkSpace we have a complete and transparent commitment to sustainable practices and playing our part in upholding the highest environmental standards. We currently hold certification to the following standards ISO14001, ISO50001 and ISO14064 and these systems manage, control and influence our environmental impacts and behaviours. We have recently launched our Net Zero Carbon Strategy with a commitment to be a Net Zero Emission business by 2030.
We obtained certification to the Forest Stewardship Council Chain of Custody standard in 2008 and continue to have this certification in place. All suppliers are required to provide evidence that timber and wood based products are sustainably and legally sourced, and where applicable this evidence is required to be provided as part of BREEAM and SKA assessments, along with evidence of responsible sourcing of other materials to achieve appropriate credits.