Birmingham-based professional services company Acivico is relocating to new offices at Quay Place.
The company, which was previously based at 1 Lancaster Circus Queensway, has agreed a ten-year lease on all three floors of Louisa House which overlooks the Birmingham Canal near Brindleyplace.
Acivico was set up by Birmingham City Council in 2012 to offer a range of construction and property-related services to public and private sector organisations.
In 2015, additional services were added including design, construction, facilities management, building consultancy, laboratories, catering and cleaning.
Acivico currently employs around 500 people, of which around 230 will be based at Louisa House.
Theo Holmes, associate director in the office agency team at CBRE in Birmingham, advised the landlord on the letting.
He said: "Quay Place has historically been a popular location for both progressive business occupiers and public sector companies due to the scheme’s competitive pricing and high quality specification, combined with a range of large efficient floors plates.
"The canal-side setting and excellent on-site secure parking provision make it somewhat unique in the Birmingham market."
Acivico chief executive Trevor Haynes added: "It is a significant event in the young life of Acivico, which marks the start of growth, independence and establishing our brand in professional and commercial surroundings."
Quay Place comprises six separate office buildings totalling 101,256 sq ft.
Shortland Penn & Moore acted on behalf of Acivico.