The £10m investment includes pub style layouts, barrel-seating and bar areas as well as wide working spaces for staff.
Marston’s CEO Ralph Findlay attended the opening of the new offices at Marston’s House in Wolverhampton, home to the original Park Brewery, which first became active in 1875.
‘The place to be’
Marston's group estates director Ed Hancock said: “On deciding to stay in Wolverhampton, we wanted to ensure it was the place to be for the city.
“The whole project encapsulated and inspired an entire company and we couldn’t be prouder.”
He added: “We had completely out-grown our old offices and needed a new and refreshed space that was progressive and fit for the future.”
Marston’s House was originally built in the 1960s and the most of the building still remained the same until the re-development last year.