94, Strand on the Green

Client: Private 
Architects: EPR Architects

Refurbishment and extension of grade 2 listed office development.

33 Holborn

Client: Union Investment Real Estate
Architects: Foster + Partners

High level non-invasive review of existing MEP Services prior to potential freehold acquisition.

Bromley South Central

Client: Cathedral Group Holdings Ltd
Architects: Callison

£100M mixed used town centre re-generation including retail, cinema, leisure and residential units due for PC in December 2015.

Marex Financial, 155 Broadgate, London

Client: MAREX Financial 
Architects: Artillery Architects

The refurbishment of the Ist Floor of 155 Broadgate as a dedicated Dealers Trainning floor comprising 2,000m² and its ongoing upgrade during 2005 – 2011. Currently a further floor of circa is being reviewed for expanded occupation.

Kennet Wharf, Reading

Client: Land Securities Trillium
Architects: Symonds

The refurbishment of the former Social Services computer centre into a 6,000m²  speculative office development for Trillium in Reading, Berkshire, subsequently let to British Telecom at headline rent.

Korea Parc 1

Client: Y22 Project
Architects: RHSP

Review of MEP design proposals at schematic and detailed design stage of mixed used development comprising 2 office towers, 5 star hotels and retail mall.

Woodbridge Road, Guildford

Client: Durngate Estates
Architects: Broadway Malyan

A circa 17,000 ft2 speculative office new build project completed in early May 2006.

Although not a requirement for Building Control approval, the building incorporates increased levels of thermal insulation and heat recovery systems in excess of the requirements of the Building Regulations. These energy saving features were included to attract future tenants.

Cranfield Mills, Ipswich

Client: Wharfside Regeneration
Architects: John Lyall Architects

This is a major regeneration scheme at Ipswich including residential, retail, commercial and the permanent home for Dance East.  The shell and core construction is currently estimated at £35 million. Archaeological exploration and demolition have been completed, and initial construction commenced in September 2005.

HSBC

Client: HSBC
Architects: HSBC

Condition site survey and visual inspection of branches in terms of MEP Services, Part L compliance and BREEAM target achievement.

Plot A6B Crossways Boulevard, Dartford

Client: Shepherd Developments
Architects: LDA

Construction of three separate speculative office buildings on a ‘brown field’ site. 

The project is currently at initial design stage and is aiming to achieve a BREEAM rating of Very Good Similarly, the buildings are being designed to accommodate future Building Regulation requirements in terms of energy efficiency.

64-65 Sloane Street

Client: Cadogan Estates
Architects: Paul Davis & Partners 

Refurbishment of Grade 2 Listed private residences. Practical Completion due: September 2013.

Riga

Client: Riga International Business Park
Architects: Bell Phillips + Kimble Architects

Preparation of the MEP services infrastructure for the multi plot Business Park adjoining the Riga International Airport.

Euston Tower, London

Client: HMRC
Architects: Mapeley

The phased up-grading and refurbishment of Euston Tower was undertaken by Morgan Lovell as part of a framework agreement between Mapeley and HMRC. The project was completed in March 2008.

Becket House, 36 Old Jewry

Client: Many Project Services Ltd
Architects: Baynes and Mitchell

In November 2010, this 40,000 sq ft 1960’s speculative office on the corner of Cheapside and Old Jewry was showing its age and only partially tenanted.

The Client instructed a fast-track refurbishment of all toilets, the reception in Old Jewry, all unoccupied office areas without any interruption to the normal business activities of Mercers, tenants and the retailers. Mace acted as Construction Managers and the works were successfully completed in March 2011.

The major energy sources for chilled and heating water also served the adjoining Mercer’s Livery Hall and the retail units along Cheapside.