As a permanent fixture in the Limburg legal profession, Advocom has covered a well-trodden path since 1985. “We have already grown step by step into a multidisciplinary firm with a broad legal background and diverse specializations. In 2004, when we moved to the previous building, there were ten of us Today we have almost twice as many: 7 partners, 9 lawyers and 3 employees. The previous office has simply become too small and also lacks the convenience of working.
Initially, the partners wanted to renovate and extend the existing building. But when the opportunity arose to buy the building next door, it was decided to start from scratch with a new building of about 1,000 square metres. Jamer Architecten has developed a flexible concept that can evolve alongside the law firm. Schreurs Interieur in Oudsbergen was responsible for the elegant interior.
“With this sustainable complex, which is also energy neutral due to the use of renewable energy, we can move into the future,” says Savelkoul. In addition to 30 comfortable workplaces, we also have five meeting rooms and a multifunctional seminar room. Ideal for working together in a professional and friendly manner with clients and colleagues. This post-halo time, we notice we all love going back to The Office. The new working environment will only enhance the good atmosphere (Laughs). “
Partner Oliver Vandenhoedt feels at home in the new building: “As an office, we’ve always focused actively on positive negotiation and mediation. We take court proceedings if there’s no other choice. It’s something our clients value very much, as is our standard approach with a single file manager. This gives peace of mind and confidence, and helps explain Advocom’s growth. Speaking of growth: We always welcome interesting profiles to strengthen our team!”
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