WQIS Bunks in New Quarters

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Water Quality Insurance Syndicate (WQIS) is moving into new premises at the end of March. The move from 80 Broad Street to 60 Broad Street is being made, in part, to facilitate greater employee cross-functional access and communication. WQIS hired architect Alan Gaynor + Co. P.C. to redesign the space for optimum contact between departments. Gaynor, who was responsible for the award-winning lobby design of the current WQIS headquarters, has their work cut out for them to one-up their last creation, which was modeled on the hull of a ship. The new sailboat-inspired teak lobby will once again be the center point, but the utilitarian functionality of the main workspace will be the real highlight.

Telephone, fax and email communication with WQIS remains the same. To contact them via mail, write to WQIS, 60 Broad Street, 33rd Floor, New York, NY 10004.

www.wqis.com

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