We are excited to announce that TMP Interiors has joined the Finishes and Interiors Sector (FIS) as their latest member. FIS is a not-for-profit representative body for the £10 billion finishes and interiors sector in the UK, and TMP Interiors’ expertise in interior design and installation makes them a valuable addition to the organisation.
Based near High Wycombe, TMP Interiors is a family-run business that specialises in Office Fit Outs, Warehouses, Hotels, Shops, and other spaces. With over 20 years of experience in the Interiors Sector, TMP Interiors has built a reputation for delivering high-quality work and maintaining strong customer relationships through trust, openness, and integrity.
TMP Interiors offers a wide range of services, including Suspended Ceilings, Dry lining packages, Partition Installations, and auxiliary services. Our commitment to quality work and customer satisfaction aligns perfectly with FIS’s values, and we are thrilled to join them as their newest member. We are confident that TMP Interiors will contribute to the growth and development of the interiors sector in the UK, and we look forward to working with the FIS.
It’s exciting to be part of the growth of the Finishes and Interiors Sector (FIS) community, which includes contractors, manufacturers, and distributors of a wide range of fit-out and finishing products such as ceilings, steel framing systems, operable walls, partitions, plastering, dry lining, and specialist interior fit-out and refurbishment businesses.
Fit-out and finishing are crucial aspects of every building project and have a significant impact on the appearance, functionality, and overall performance of a building. With over 30 fit-outs throughout a building’s lifetime, it’s essential to prioritise quality, safety, and comfort for everyone who lives, works, plays, and recuperates in the space.
As construction practices, legislation, regulations, and innovations continue to evolve, the FIS community is committed to setting standards and upholding core values of competence, productivity, and transparency. The organisation aims to be proactive in shaping the future of the industry, ensuring that the community is prepared for changes and leading the way forward. With the support of members like Tapper Interiors and Helen Tapper, the past president of FIS, the community is poised for success in the years to come.