Alterations, refurbishment and fit-out of the corporate offices of Cadogan Estates in Duke of York Square. The project included provision of CAT A and CAT B office accommodation at first, second and third floor level. Duke of York Square is an exceptional fusion of original architecture mixed with new classical design. Developed by Cadogan from the former Territorial Army barracks which was originally a Royal Military School, it is now home of the famous Saatchi Gallery, one of London’s “must see” destinations for modern art.
|Project Manager||The Trevor Patrick Partnership|
|Architect||Paul Davis & Partners|
|Quantity Surveyor||The Trevor Patrick Partnership|
|Structural Engineer||BW Murray|
|Services Engineer||Gibbs Dench Associates (GDA) Consulting|
|CDM Coordinator||PDM Consultants|
project value - £11million
Block A is located within the pedestrianised square, off the west end of the fashionable Kings Road. It forms part of the group development of Duke of York Headquarters, which underwent re-development in the early 2000's. The building, which overlooks the Square, totals 5 storeys; basement, ground floor level and 3 upper floors. Modern glass fronted shops at ground floor level house chic boutiques, hair salons and deli style coffee shops. On the first, second and third floor levels, there are open plan office floor spaces and the basement level provides storage for the prestigious retail outlets at ground level.
The scope of works for this project included demolitions and reconfiguration of existing internal space, removal of lifts and escalators, extension of floor space into internal atrium and provision of a new link corridor at roof level, to install a new helical staircase leading from the foyer into the open plan office at level 3. Fit-out, to category A and category B standard, office space and core areas, including provision of new M&E and lift installations.
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