Wellbeing is a central pillar of the occupier experience at Workman-managed Skypark in Glasgow, with a host of regular complimentary classes and events for occupiers to try.
Active commuting plays a large part in this holistic wellbeing approach, with cycling at the top of the list for many Skypark occupiers, highlighted here as part of actor, comedian, and writer Sanjeev Kohli’s series of videos featuring the Glasgow site.
Here, Kohli, who is best known for his role as shopkeeper Navid Harrid in the BBC sitcom Still Game, presents the cycle facilities at Workman-managed Skypark.
The office campus provides exemplary Platinum level CyclingScore Certified onsite facilities, including bike storage and showers, a development that was project managed by Workman’s Glasgow Building Consultancy team.
What’s more, there are regular guided rides exploring the network of cycle routes in the area, and Dr Bike from Motion Forward visits Skypark on the first Tuesday of every month, offering free maintenance servicing for all cyclists at the Resonance Capital scheme.
Come to work to collaborate
Collaboration is a central pillar of the occupier experience at Skypark, which delivers all the benefits of sharing, connecting and meeting face-to-face at work.
The contemporary office scheme, managed by Workman, is located on the doorstep of Glasgow’s buzzing Finnieston, a foodie hub of gourmet sandwich shops, artisanal coffee bars and trendy organic restaurants specialising in Scottish meat and seafood.
Craft beers and gins are served up at stylish bars, while old-school pubs offer vast whisky selections and traditional folk music sessions. The striking riverside venues SEC Armadillo and SSE Hydro regularly stage rock and pop shows.