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This scheme comprised the re-development of Building 2 at Guildford Business Park, which involved the stripping back of the existing façade and roof to reveal the existing three-storey concrete frame. The new works, to form a high specification four-storey office facility comprised the edition of a fourth floor and concrete frame extension to create large open plan floor plates with a central atrium, access stair cores and lifts, toilet facilities and ground floor reception.
The project consists of the stripping back of the existing three storey building to its original concrete frame and re development and extension to form a high specification four storey office facility. The building consists of large open plan floor plates, with access cores, lifts, toilet facilities and atrium with reception.
All of the external cladding was removed including the roof. Another floor was constructed on top of the old frame and then a 5th level being an external plant room. The building has also been extended by 10m southwards, away from the A3
A new level of parking will also be added to the existing raised parking decks across the access road to the south, providing 58 spaces.
In addition, bicycle parking and refuse bins enclosures are to be provided externally, and away from the building, aligned to the existing substation and plant room which will also receive a new cladding to match the main building.
Escape stairs in a sympathetically designed enclosures will be added to the East and west facades.
“Brymor paid particular attention to driving out risk at the front end of the project and once a firm price was established it was firmly adhered to without any deviation. They maintained a refreshingly honest and transparent approach at all times. Andy Clark, who led the construction process, is a top drawer professional and his Design and Build team delivered a high quality product that I am delighted with. I am looking forward to working with the Brymor team again.”
Nick Waring, Director for Development – Benson Elliot