The collaboration of RLF and Larch Consulting brings clients expert infrastructure advice and consultancy that harnesses the specialist experience of both organisations in a single, seamless service.
Traditionally, business infrastructure and facilities projects have been approached from the bottom up, starting with the detail. RLF Larch turns this model on its head and begins with an overarching strategic approach, drawing from pools of expertise across the whole breadth of both organisations. Our teams are the best in the business, and dovetailing all our specialisms into a single port of call for our clients means that the days of fragmented, piecemeal advice about separate elements and stages of your projects and portfolios are well and truly over.
Why are we so confident? We can afford to be bold about the benefits of our joined approach as it has already proved successful on a number of projects for clients, both in the UK and overseas.
One such initiative was Project Redwood, managing the opening of the first Waitrose stores in the Channel Islands.
“Project Redwood provided an exciting opportunity for us to do something different. By working together with fantastic collaboration, the team did an outstanding job in identifying, evaluating and debating all possible options to ensure that the final solution was considered, balanced and ultimately the right one for our business and partner contractors”. – Peter Terry, Head of Maintenance, Waitrose
Whether an organisation is planning to review its existing facilities, or needs a fresh corporate approach to its infrastructure services, the RLF Larch team works hand in hand with our clients to ensure that all elements of a project are thoughtfully conceived, focusing always on the client’s desired outcomes over the on-going life and operation of properties and their services. It’s all about taking a holistic approach to the integration of each element of business infrastructure, harnessing the experience and expertise of our pool of specialist disciplines and bringing them together to create the next generation of support and advice for organisations across the full range of sectors.
For more information on our new partners, visit the RLF website.