A new development was constructed behind a retained façade with approximately 18,000 ft² of net office space arranged over six floors, including basement and ground floor accommodation.
As part of the base works, there was the inclusion of a fully self-contained residential apartment on the top floor, complete with independent DX air conditioning units.
The mechanical and public health services installation comprised four pipe fan coil air conditioning systems, low pressure hot water heating, chilled water services, domestic water services, fresh air ventilation, sanitation and internal rainwater services and under-slab foul drainage systems.
Due to severe planning restrictions (maximum height of screens), multiple purpose-built chillers were designed for the roof top plant allocation.
The electrical services comprised main and sub mains distribution, both normal and emergency lighting, small power, wireways for specialist data and telecommunication services, fire and building alarms and lightning protection services.
Client: Greycoat/Sutton Estates
Architect: Rolfe Judd Architects
Quantity Surveyor (Building Services): Mott Green and Wall
Structural Engineer: Furness Partnership
Main Contractor: Try Construction
Services provided by Mecserve: Building services engineering and an overseeing role for the client