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.


MIDLANDS & CENTRAL ENGLAND

   

 19MID_Beazley

Beazley Insurance, Cornerblock, 2 Cornwall Street, Birmingham                       

Based within the Cornerblock building, the global insurance firm has created an unexpected environment for its industry.  The BCO judges were impressed by the workplace’s relaxed feel, featuring natural light, greenery and pavilion rooms. Judges also noted the workplace’s collaborative nature, which looks to the needs of a younger, more diverse workforce.

             

 

 PROJECT DETAILS      
       

Client:

Beazley Insurance Quantity Surveyor: Bigham Anderson Partnership
Owner:           

 

Bruntwood

Architect:

Glenn Howells Architects                   
Occupier:         

Beazley Insurance     

Interior Designer:                  Beazley Insurance                   
Project Manager: 

Beazley Insurance

                           
 

LONDON

   

 19LON_ProjectNorth

Project North, 24 King William Street, London                       

The project challenged how office environments should work and feel and the result is a workplace that allows the concepts of work and play to sit side-by-side in a relaxed new space. The judges were impressed with the use of a workplace psychologist to manage staff feedback at the beginning of the project. The result of that collaboration is a flexible space that has delivered a tangible impact on employees’ wellness and productivity.

             

 

 PROJECT DETAILS      
       

Client:

Parkeray Interior Designer: Resonate Interiors
Owner:           

 

24 King William Street Ltd

M&E Engineer:

CES                  
Occupier:         

Parkeray     

Contractor:                  Parkeray                   
Project Manager: 

Parkeray

                           
 

SOUTH OF ENGLAND & SOUTH WALES

   

 19SW_Promenade-House

Promenade House, The Promenade, Bristol                       

Bristol’s Promenade House was awarded the Best Project up to 1,500sqm Award for its considered refurbishment of the Grade II listed building in Bristol. The judges noted how its periodic features had been enhanced through their incorporation with modern interior trends.

             

 

 PROJECT DETAILS      
       

Client:

Stride Treglown Interior Designer: Stride Treglown
Owner:           

 

Cedar Properties

M&E Engineer:

Method Consulting                  
Project Manager:         

Stride Treglown     

Contractor:                  Lancer Scott                  
Quantity Surveyor: 

Stride Treglown

                           
 

SCOTLAND

   

 19SCOT_Threesixty

Threesixty Architecture Studio, The Garment Factory, 10 Montrose St, Glasgow                       

Threesixty Architecture Studio won Best Project Up To 1,500m2. The judges praised the collaborative approach taken by the project team, who worked with the occupiers throughout the design to deliver a project that reflects their company culture of debate, innovation and collaboration. The finished office offers multiple styles of work space, including an event area, a kitchen and ‘chill out spaces’, all with easy access to daylight and greenery.

             

 

 PROJECT DETAILS      
       

Client:

Threesixty Architecture Interior Designer: Threesixty Architecture
Occupier:           

 

Threesixty Architecture

M&E Engineer:

Atelier Ten                 
Quantity Surveyor:          

Gardiner & Theobald     

Structural Engineer:                   Woolgar Hunter                                
Architect: 

Threesixty Architecture

 Contractor:                GHI          
 Agent: Phil Reid Associates

NORTH

   

 19NOR_LiveWorks

Live Works, 55-57 Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne                       

The judges were impressed with the project’s transformation of a century old gap in the Quayside into a lively hub for the community.  They also noted the economic legacy the development has already left in the area, helping to attract fast-growing SMEs from the digital industry. The BCO panel was also struck by the project’s commitment to its community – it has transformed a listed Almshouse into the ‘Live Tales’, delivered a new public ‘pocket park’ and pledged to use rental income from the new office space to fund at least one play and one education project every year.

             

 

 PROJECT DETAILS      
       

Client:

Live Works Quantity Surveyor: Turner & Townsend
Owner:           

 

Live Theatre

Architect:

Flanagan Lawrence         
Occupier:          

Zerolight     

M&E Engineer:                   Avoca                                
Project Manager: 

Turner & Townsend

Structural Engineer:               CK21    
Contractor: Brims Construction