NG Bailey has been awarded a contract worth £3.8 million by Graham Interiors to refurbish Leeds Building Society in Leeds city centre.
NG Bailey will provide full mechanical and electrical (M&E) and public health installation services as part of the overall £12 million refurbishment project.
The company will deliver lighting, power, security, data, fire alarms, ventilation, heating and cooling, drainage and domestic water services.
The building society is relocating its Leeds city centre headquarters to a building formerly occupied by law firm Addleshaw Goddard.
The move to its new home, close to the train station, will enable Leeds Building Society to bring together more than 800 colleagues who are currently spread across three locations in one office to improve efficiency.
Mike Briffett, Leeds Building Society's project director for the new HQ, said: "As well as bringing together all our Leeds office colleagues for the first time, our new home will enable us to reduce both our carbon and energy costs. This will be the first time in more than 80 years that we've moved our headquarters so we want to respect our heritage in Leeds while ensuring the building is fit for the future for many decades to come."
The refurbishment will create 120,000 square feet of space encompassing executive suites and boardrooms, training facilities, meeting spaces, open-plan office spaces, open plan atrium and café as well as basement parking.
The scheme is due to be completed in September 2020.