Mecserve was commissioned by Terrace Hill Group to carry out the design of the building services as well as to provide sustainability advice.
This seven-storey landmark building provides 50,000 ft² of high-quality workplace in London's prestigious Savile Row, with the façade clad in 10,000 hand-glazed ceramic tiles and positioned on a decorative sand-cast bronze plinth.
Mecserve worked diligently with the team on the internal net lettable space to maximise the rental value for the client. This included us recommending a fire-engineered solution to omit one of the stair cores.
The building provides new completely self-contained, speculative commercial office space consisting of a single building complete with a steel frame over seven storeys and basement, plus retail shell at the basement and ground floor areas.
Client: Terrace Hill Group
Architect: EPR Architects
Structural Engineer: Price & Myers
Main Contractor: McLaren
Services provided by Mecserve: Building services engineering, energy analysis & simulation and sustainability benchmarking