Case Study

Alles Group Corporate Office Construction Complete

September 07, 2020 comm ARCH

Ware Malcomb, an award-winning international design firm, today announced construction is complete on the new corporate office of AG Innova Partners SA de CV, known as The Alles Group, located at Equus Parque Corporativo, in San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León, México. Ware Malcomb provided interior architecture and design services for the tenant improvement project.

The 480 square meter office space was designed for The Alles Group, a leading brokerage firm, and their partner EGA Project Management, a construction management firm. The design features an open office environment with a reception area, multiple collaboration areas, a hospitality station which can be integrated with other adjacent spaces for teamwork, conference rooms of various sizes, private offices, phone booths, a print/copy station, and a break room.


“The Alles Group wanted a space that could serve as a showroom for the firm’s industrial market expertise, while also creating a warm and collaborative environment for employees, clients and visitors,” said Andres Galvis, Ware Malcomb Regional Director, Latin America. “This new corporate office meets the current needs of both The Alles Group and EGA Project Management, in addition to giving them the flexibility to continue to grow in the future.”


The General Contractor for the project is Eprica.

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