PROJECTS UP TO 1,500m2 AWARD

This category is for projects up to 1,500m² and covers all award categories; corporate, commercial, fit out and refurbished/recycled workplaces.

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REGIONAL WINNERS

London

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10 Lower James Street, London                     

10 Lower James Street was praised by the judges as a clever refurbishment of a tight landlocked site in Soho. A cross laminated timber roof extension has opened the upper floor, creating an impressive double height office extension with a mezzanine, which the judges noted has added real value to the office development.

          

Client:

Knight Frank Investment Management Architect: Hale Brown Architects

Owner:

Knight Frank Investment Management 

M&E Engineer:

Taylor Project Services

Project Manager:

Opera

Structural Engineer:

Heyne Tillett Steel

Quantity Surveyor:

WT Partnership

Contractor:

Collins Construction

 

                        

 

                                                      

 

 

Scotland

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itson house, 29 Cochrane Street, Glasgow                     

Itison’s new headquarters at Itison House won in the category of Projects Up to 1,500 sq. m. Its location, a Grade B listed church in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City, provided an opportunity to create a first class, industry-changing workplace for all its occupiers - and the judges agreed that Itison House delivered this. The design created a ‘wow’ factor for both staff and clientele with bespoke office accommodation creating an inspirational space for all users to enjoy. Enhanced productivity, collaboration and social connectivity have been facilitated by flexible work spaces, meeting rooms and café/bar facilities, surrounded by unique features including a hot air balloon and large sparkling oak tree. The judges felt the design fully reflects Itison’s brand and ethos.  

Client:

itison Interior Designer: Surface-ID

Owner:

itison

M&E Engineer:

RSP Consulting Engineers

Occupier:

itison

Structural Engineer:

Structural Partnership

Project Manager:

Surface-ID

Contractor:

Dimension Shopfitting

Quantity Surveyor:

Gardiner & Theobald 

Investment / Property Co.

itison                        

Brief Consultant:

itison 

Developer:                              itison                        

Architect:

Surface-ID (Covering architectural services) 

 

Midlands & Central England

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Alpha Works, Suffolk St, Queensway, Birmingham                     

Alpha Works offers occupiers a workplace that the judges felt had not previously been available outside of London. Nestled high up in Birmingham’s Alpha building, the Grade II listed landmark has undergone extensive refurbishment and now houses high quality workspaces. With 14,000 sq. ft. on the 21st and 22nd floors, the judges agreed that Alpha Works provides exceptional serviced office accommodation with unrivalled views across the city. A key factor of the workplace’s success is the simplicity of the design which maximises flexibility. The judges felt that Alpha Works has delivered a prototype for a regional serviced office space.

Client:

CEG Interior Designer: Orms

Owner:

CEG

M&E Engineer:

Cudd Bentley

Occupier:

Various

Structural Engineer:

Pell Frischmann

Project Manager:

CEG

Contractor:

DP Designs

Quantity Surveyor:

CEG

Investment / Property Co.

Swedia Capital                        

Architect:

Orms 

                                                                             

 

 

North of England, North Wales & Northern Ireland

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Albert Works, 71 Sidney Street, Sheffield                     

Accommodating the dynamic vision of a local company that is growing globally, Albert Works showcases how four redundant industrial “buildings of interest” have been successfully restored within a conservation area. The scheme has kick-started Elmsdale Estates’ larger Alsop Fields regeneration project within the Cultural Industries Quarter (CIQ), a key conservation area in the city, and provides a platform to attract other creative and cultural industries. BCO Judges were hugely impressed by the transformation of this former industrial building into a modern office environment that showcases the site’s rich historical heritage, whilst creating a flexible and effective workspace. The judges praised the quality of the design, which is evident throughout, and highlighted that Albert Works is an example of how this type of regeneration should be approached.

Client:

City Estates M&E Engineer: Shearstone Mechanical

Owner:

City Estates

Structural Engineer:

DP Squared

Occupier:

Jaywings

Contractor:

JP Mooney

Architect:

Cartwright Pickard

Developer:

City Estates

Interior Designer:

93FT

                                    

 

                                                                             

 

 

South of England & South Wales

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Rawlings & Son (Bristol), Unit 3, Crown Road, Warmley, Bristol                     

The BCO judging panel agreed that the Bristol business has provided an attractive and functional office that, in their view, has made a bold statement of intent for the company as it goes through a period of rebranding and growth. The judges were impressed by the attention to detail and collaborative procurement shown throughout the project, as well as the close co-operation between the occupier and their design team.

Client:

Rawlings & Son (Bristol) M&E Engineers: ABEDS Design & Engineering (Mech) / ND Design (Elec)

Owner:

Rawlings & Son (Bristol)            

Structural Engineer:

Structural Solutions

Occupier:

Rawlings

Contractor:

Dovetail Construction

Prroject Manager:

Cryer & Coe

Developer:

Adapt Real Estate

Brief Consultant:

Adapt Real Estate

Agent:

Planning Ventures                                    

Architect:

Cryer & Coe

                                                                             

Interior Designer:

Cryer & Coe