Latest completed commercial project handed over to delighted client

February 2023

Client:                 Government Property Agency (GPA)

Project Value:      £1,100,000

Programme:        17 weeks

Architect:             GDM Architects

Project Manager: Arcadis

 

Verulam Point was constructed back in 1991. The building offers a variety of office spaces across its four floors. This contract was for the fit out of the fourth floor following a separately undertaken shell and core refurbishment. The end result included revived open plan office space plus a variety of collaboration rooms and staff facilities. Improvements to IT and M&E will allow the client to embrace hybrid working and work toward net zero carbon in use.

 

The scope of this contract included:

  • Design and installation of all decorations and finishes
  • Design and installation of ceilings to remodelled areas
  • Design and installation of partitioning, door sets, movable walls and associated structural supports
  • Design and installation of kitchen and reception desk fittings
  • Coordination of services and setting out of FF&E
  • Design, adaptation and installation of all lighting, signage, fire safety, security, HVAC, MEP services and BWIC
  • Design and installation of IT distributions and comms room
  • Fire strategy design and installation of fire stopping and cavity barriers
    Building control application and approvals

 

The reconfigured and refurbished office space now provides the delighted client with:

  • 4 person office and 2 further large offices
  • 4 person meeting room and 6 person meeting room
  • CCU office
  • Reception and lobby
  • 2 activity zones
  • 2 open plan workspace areas
  • 2 person interview pod
  • Refreshment area/kitchenette
  • 2 coat stores, accessible WCs and cleaners cupboard

 

Additional Works

Acoustic cascade panels were also installed along the corridors together with acoustic discs being installed on all ceilings within the activity zones. An acoustic wall lining was installed in the ‘Wellbeing’ room.

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