Tusker Direct is one of the UK's leading providers of salary sacrifice car schemes and company fleet solutions. They provide services to some of the country's largest companies and government organisations including Airbus and The National Lottery.The scheme allows an employee to use a portion of their salary before it's taxed in exchange for a brand new car. This allows the employee to enjoy a new vehicle without paying any deposit or needing to fork out for road tax, insurance, MOT's or other costs. All the driver needs to do is pay for the fuel.Tusker launched their car salary sacrifice scheme in 2008 and now manage a fleet of over 13,000 vehicles and have an annual revenue in excess of £100million. This fleet is expected to increase by over 30% by the end of the year.As an industry leader, Tusker were rewarded for their hard work and excellence by winning the prestigious Business Excellence Award in 2015. A further 4 accolades were achieved last year including winning the Car Scheme Provider Of The Year award in September.
Tusker Direct are one of the UK's leading car leasing companies, specialising in 'Salary Sacrifice Scheme' for tax efficient car leasing options. Tusker needed to relocate from their existing offices in Watford to much larger premises on Croxley Green Business Park. The new building was originally sub divided into 3 smaller units, our brief was to open it all up and create a brand new work area providing space for Tusker to continue with their expansion. We managed to salvage and reuse much of the existing store wall units, new area and department demises were formed with both solid and glass partitioning. The corporate brand and identity was a main focus for the client and featured heavily during the design process, coupled with funky graphic wall vinyl's to add a more vibrant feel. The main tea-point had a complete makeover and a state of the art boiling water tap was fitted over the sink and a large and spacious area allocated for casual meetings over a hot coffee.
The project commenced in mid-2017 and was planned across three phases allowing for minimal disruption to the business and staff. The design incorporated Tusker's new brand identity throughout, utilising the company's corporate colours and company ethos. Meeting rooms were built in the central suite, linked to the main office area via a vibrant new breakout area, designed as a fun space that encourages staff interaction.
Additional formal and informal meeting areas were created within the open plan office areas. The final phase was to create a central reception and welcome area.