Gauteng Gambling Board

GGB purchased the building so the Interiors were to be designed to last longer than a normal 5-year lease period. GGB wanted to be closer to the Gauteng legislature hence the move from Centurion.

GGB had run out of space in their current building so the new planning had to maximize the floor plate allowing for expansion for their future needs. The teaming was critical in the new planning as the workflow in their existing building was not working and the team could not affectively perform their jobs.

Interiors were to be modern, however to reflect our African heritage.  Space requested to be professional and elegant.

GGB previous move into their current building had had a negative effect on the staff and was not a smooth transition. The move to the new building had to be managed affectively and to be seamless.

Facilities for clients and staff were important especially break away areas and cafes.

The New offices needed offer flexibility in the external boardrooms as public hearings needed to be accommodated in the new building.

Client objectives for the project that were achieved by the i4c team.

The I4c project team featured the following individuals:

  • Catherine Groves – Project Executive
  • Christelle Poppmeier – Space Planner
  • Yolandie Van der Vyver – Décor Consultant
  • Jaco Visagie – Furniture Specialist
  • Craig Thomson – Site Manager