Project One launches new head office

15 February 2023 Consultancy.uk 2 min. read
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UK management consulting firm Project One has moved to a new head office. The launch of the new hub comes as the firm enjoys heightened demand in its 25th year in business.

James O’Sullivan, Project One’s CEO since 2022, commented, “We are delighted to mark our 25th anniversary year with the move to a brand-new head office for our team. This marks an exciting step in our journey and I’m very happy we were able to stay true to our roots and remain here in Holmes Chapel.”

Project One is an independent consultancy, supporting large organisations with business-critical change and transformation agendas and delivery programmes. Founded in Holmes Chapel 25 years ago, the firm has since built a reputation in the industry and support some of the UK’s largest change programmes. The firm’s customer list includes: Unilever, BAE Systems, AstraZeneca, National Grid, VirginMediaO2, IAG, Rolls-Royce, and the UK’s central government.

Project One launches new head office

Still based in its original hometown, the new office sees Project One shift to a larger, eco-friendly premises, which supports more sustainable and modern ways of working for their growing team. According to a release from the firm, this ensures the firm stays “true to its heritage and remained in the town, while serving our customers globally”.

“We are passionate about making a difference,” O’Sullivan went on. “Not just to our customers, but to the environment around us, and this eco-friendly building supports our ambitions to becoming Net Zero Carbon. Our new office accommodates our recent, and continued future growth, with more room for our team.”

Project One has been supporting its customers to change, thrive and grow in the current uncertain economic climate. The organisation is turning over £30 million a year, with an award-winning team of 100 change experts, working at the most senior levels of organisations to drive business-critical change and transformation.

O’Sullivan concluded, “I’m extremely proud of everything that we’ve achieved so far as a local, yet global, SME business. We are a people-based business at heart, and we wouldn’t be where we are today without the continued support of our fantastic team and customers. Thank you to everyone who has played a part over the last 25 years in making Project One who they are today.”