Wates Construction is preparing to move off-site at Two Snowhill having put the finishing touches to the eight-storey fit-out of Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co's new Birmingham premises.
The law firm, which recently merged with Lawrence Graham to create Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co, is now set to make the move from its former home on Colmore Row.
Work on the project began last summer and has seen Wates deliver an internal remodelling programme to eight floors of the new 14-storey grade A office building.
This includes the provision of 177,600 sq ft of furnished 1,300-capacity, open-plan office space.
Designed to accommodate the growth of the firm, the new premises at Two Snowhill comprises a client suite and business lounge, well-being suites, restaurant and training academy.
Phil Harrison, managing director of Wates Construction, Midlands and North, said: "As the regional economy continues to strengthen and diversify so too do commercial leaders in our region and the quality of Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co's new premises is testament to Wates' expertise in delivering bespoke and state-of-the-art business environments.
"The development of Birmingham's business district is demonstrative of the city's continued growth and development and we are very proud to be playing a key role in its ongoing transformation."
David Fennell, chief executive of Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co, said: "We're thrilled with our stunning new premises and the level of quality Wates has delivered on our behalf.
"They're impressive, comfortable surroundings; offering best-in-class support for our hard-working people.
"Two Snowhill is another important investment in our unique model - with substantial breadth and depth of expertise and resource in Birmingham, London and internationally.
"It also reflects the increased demand for high-level specialist legal expertise, making sure we have modern infrastructure in place to deliver the best client service and attract the best talent."