Infinity Group is proud to announce the completion of work at Fiduciary Investment Advisors’ expanded office space in Windsor, CT. The new workspace, located on second floor of 100 Northfield Drive, provides a stylish ultramodern home for 17 employees and serve as a catalyst for streamlined efficiency.
Encompassing numerous tailor-made solutions, this new space will also provide for more flexibility and versatility. Sit-stand desks in two shared workspaces and several private offices will help foster more communication and adaptability among FIA’s creative staff.
Likewise, FIA’s design offers state-of-the-art collaboration zones, including a beautiful café / kitchen space with sliding doors that can double as a town hall meeting area. New colorful furniture on the patio allows employees to take a breath a fresh air and take inspiration from the scenic view.
“From the very beginning until the end, Infinity has been responsive, informative and comforting,” said Maureen Cooper, Managing Partner and Chief Operating Officer at FIA. “They have been a fantastic group to work with every step of the way.”
“Infinity worked with us on two previous expansion projects and we were pleased with their professionalism and customer service,” Cooper said. “When it came time once again to review expansion options, Infinity worked closely with us to come up with the best solution. The process took several months, discussions and drawings. They listened, they added perspective and helped us reach a conclusion.”
Typically, under the traditional construction model, companies like FIA need to sign different contracts with both a design firm and a construction firm. This means managers must constantly deal with both parties and relay information between the two.
Infinity Group’s system of design-led construction, however, means that Infinity is a single point of accountability, as well as a partner, through all phases of the project’s completion. By simplifying the process, Infinity Group was able to work with FIA to understand, define and deliver on vision, timeline and budget.
FIA is an independent, employee-owned, investment consulting firm that works with fiduciary clients, including retirement plan sponsors, institutions, non-profit organizations and private clients. They provide customized investment advisory services to assist their clients in achieving investment objectives while fulfilling their fiduciary obligations.
Infinity Group is Connecticut’s premier design solutions provider. Over the past decade, Infinity Group has worked with businesses in various industries to solve office a diverse array of office problems. Infinity has transformed workspaces from Storrs to Stamford, providing tailor-made solutions to every client’s unique needs.
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Some workers thought that being productive is done when you sit in your office chair 8 hours and never lose focus on the computer monitor while others are into multi-tasking process. They often schedule time on each 3–4 tasks assigned to them and ending up having to do overtime because they could just not handle all at the same time. It’s really hard to switch through different daily tasks in just a snap or blink of an eye. The moment you finish on one and decide to do the next, you’ll end up hitting your head on the desk because your mind couldn’t just move on from the previous thing. These scenarios are more common for designers, engineers, architects, marketing personnel, writers, etc., also known as the non-routinary field.
There are actually abundant ways across the Internet on how you can achieve office productivity but one of the most popular ways is to “TAKE A BREAK”. Yes, by taking a 5 to 10-minute break between tasks will help your mind to relax and recover. The mind works effectively when it is refreshed. Get away from your computer or find a place where you cannot see your officemate cramming for his deadline otherwise his pressured head will affect you.
The best partner for taking a break is a nice employee lounge. Eureka moments often happen in places you least expect it. The best ideas generate when your mind is wandering around and you’re just sitting in a nice cozy lounge chair not realizing you have been unconsciously looking at the flower vase on the table for quite a while now. It’s less pressure as well when you need to hold a creative collaboration within the office area.
A good employee lounge design increases camaraderie and interaction among employees; coworkers from different department come to share fresh and helpful insights. It is and it should be a welcoming environment where the good and bad ideas come around and get filtered by a collaborating team.