The looming completion of the Walkie-Talkie and Cheesegrater skyscrapers in the City will trigger a boom in office fit-out work later this year, Interior Services Group believes.
The industry has had to survive on meagre pickings since the financial crisis struck, but ISG is already talking to tenants of the two towers and its chief executive, David Lawther, says there are "substantial opportunities".
ISG saw fit-out orders nearly double to £170m last year.
Mr Lawther said: "Clearly we have got the completion of number of major buildings where tenants will be starting the fit-out process."
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