Sigma to invest £250k in Macclesfield HQ

10 December 2018

Sigma has outlined plans to invest £250,000 in renovating its Macclesfield head office as part of its ongoing growth plans.

Sigma has outlined plans to invest £250,000 in renovating its Macclesfield head office as part of its ongoing growth plans.

The company will significantly upgrade its user research labs and workshoping facilities, creating a space that suits both its expanding team and growing client portfolio. This includes AstraZeneca, BBC and Sport England.


Spearheaded by interior design specialist the Sheila Bird Group, the project is set to overhaul the entire lower floor of the Ropewalks building.

Hilary Stephenson, founder and managing director of Sigma, said: "We're thrilled to reaffirm our commitment to Macclesfield, a town that many of us also call home. With this project, our aim is to create a revitalised office space that supports our growth plans for the coming years, while retaining the unique industrial character of the old cotton mill we’ve worked out of for so long.

"The team at Sheila Bird Group have a track record of designing fantastic, inspirational office spaces for a number of leading digital and creative businesses across the North West."

Atul Bansal, co-founder of the Sheila Bird Group, added: "When both Chris and I met Hilary we just knew we had to work with her. Her passion and drive were infectious, and as soon as Hilary started to explain her plans for the project we were delighted to be on board."

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