Demolition of redundant buildings to provide land for five Grade ‘A’ office buildings.
Following detailed discussions with the Japanese owners, a manufacturing and storage facility in Denton was acquired. Careful demolition of asbestos constrained redundant buildings took place to free up a three acre site upon which five Grade ‘A’ speculative office buildings were constructed, all of which were pre-sold.
Conversion of industrial accommodation into bespoke call centre and offices.
A former landfill site containing various buildings was bought for redevelopment. Following demolition of a dilapidated office building to create additional car parking and circulation, subsequent conversion of a remaining industrial building, addressing complicated historic structural issues, was carried out.
A modern call-centre with a management suite of offices and product showroom was constructed which was pre-let to a specialist printing company.
Redundant storage unit transformed into a regional HQ..
A redundant storage unit was comprehensively redeveloped for a global leader in customer management to create a regional office HQ.
The building now provides modern open plan offices, canteen, executive gym and conferencing facilities. With annual revenues approximating $3 billion and more than 125,000 employees throughout the world, the occupier was impressed that this high specification building was delivered early and on budget.