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Cushman & Wakefield acquires design and build firm Admos
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Cushman & Wakefield acquires design and build firm Admos

03.10.2017 From our online archive
Admos, which has existing offices in Luxembourg and Belgium, focuses on creating modern workplaces for clients including search engine giant Google and German carmaker BMW.

Real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield has announced the acquisition of design and build practice Admos.

Admos, which has existing offices in Luxembourg and Belgium, focuses on creating modern workplaces for clients including search engine giant Google and German carmaker BMW.

Founded by architects Anthony Shaikh and Christophe Erkens, the workplaces are intended to enhance productivity and support new patterns of working.

Cushman said the acquisition would have an immediate, positive impact on its northern European business and provide clients with a 'turnkey' – or single provider – alongside existing project management and consultancy services.

"As the workplace revolution gathers pace, many corporate clients not only want our advice on how to optimise their workplaces – but also an in-house Design & Build solution that turns the idea into reality," said Koen Nevens, Head of Belgium and the Northern Europe region at Cushman & Wakefield.

On Friday, Cushman announced it had acquired the remaining 50% of the share capital in DTZ Luxembourg.

Sébastien Bequet will lead the integration of the two businesses as the new Head of Luxembourg.

(By Hannah Brenton, hannah.brenton@wort.lu, +352 4993 728)