Stimorol is a brand of chewing gum, produced by the Danish company Dandy. It is based in Vejle, Denmark. It is one of the world's largest producers of chewing gum. "Stimorol" is its primary brand of gum, which came onto the market in 1956. It was initially sold only in Scandinavia, but later became available in other countries throughout Europe, beginning with the Netherlands in 1959. Stimorol first appeared in Russia in 1992. In 2002, the company was acquired by Cadbury-Schweppes.


The Stimorol - Dandy Distribution offices were located on the third floor of the Samsung office complex situated just off Ulitsa Tverskaya. Altaca carried out the original fit-out of this office area for the Bank of America in 1997.

Altaca's scope of work included the reconfiguration of all internal partitioning and existing M+E installations as well as the renovation of the walls, floors and ceilings. Another fast-track project with completion in 5 weeks

Following this project, with the expansion of Stimorol - Dandy, and it's acquisition by Cadbury-Schweppes in 2002, they relocated to the Westbridge II Office Complex close to Dinamo Metro. We were appointed to undertake the fit-out of these new premises from shell & core state. The space planning was undertaken by Office Solutions, with the design concept being prepared by Altaca in close liaison with the Client's Management Team. This was another fast-track project with completion in 7 weeks from start on-site.



Reconstruction & Fit-Out of Offices (PROJECT 1)

Location : Samsung Office Complex, Bolshaya Gnezdhikovskiy per. 1/3, Moscow
Architect : ABD+SPG&A
Engineer : Oscar Faber
Area : 1,400 m2
Management : Ray Canon


Fit-Out of Offices from shell & core (PROJECT 2)

Location : Westbridge II BC, Moscow
Space Plan : Office Solutions
Architect : Altaca (Design Concept & Detailed Design)
Engineer : Altaca
Area : 1,400 m2
Management : Time-CC