AAB moves to ‘prime’ location for growth
Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP (AAB) has this week completed its move from 9 Queens Road to their new purpose built headquarters at the Prime Four Business Park in Kingswells. Kingshill View will now provide AAB with the world-class platform…
News23rd Jun 2016
Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP (AAB) has this week completed its move from 9 Queens Road to their new purpose built headquarters at the Prime Four Business Park in Kingswells.
Kingshill View will now provide AAB with the world-class platform required by the firm to help continue giving their clients the very best of service. Whilst 9 Queens Road is a fantastic office, the firm has outgrown the space, having only moved in August 2009.
A collaborative working environment was a key requirement for Kingshill View and the 45,000 square feet of office accommodation at the new HQ has capacity for over 350 staff, allowing plenty of room for growth of AAB’s current headcount (circa 240), set to increase by a further 20 when the firms student placement and graduate trainees join in August.
The layout of Kingshill View, along with the state-of-the-art technology, fantastic meeting spaces and the flexibility and openness of the building will enhance team working and operational improvement. The HQ will also assist everybody working in the 37 service areas of the firm to focus on innovation and be better placed to support their client’s ambitions by pioneering integrated advisory solutions in partnership with them.
Graeme Allan, Managing Partner at AAB commented “This outstanding development will allow us to continue to grow and develop our business and provide our staff with a contemporary and collaborative working environment which is second to none. Our thanks go to all of our development partners who have been involved in designing, building, furnishing and decorating the building, we are delighted with the outcome and extremely excited to call this fantastic building the home of AAB.”
AAB announced their plans to move to Prime Four business park back in October 2014 and work officially began on the site in Spring 2015.