ISG starts £15m Bristol office refurb
ISG has started a £15m project for Aberdeen Asset Management to refurbish and extend a 1960s office block that is one of the tallest buildings in Bristol.
The multi-phased scheme at One Redcliff Street, in the centre of Bristol, will see ISG modernise and upgrade the entire 14-storey building with tenants remaining in occupation. Net lettable space will be increased by more than 10% percent to 95,800 sq ft with the construction of a new floor at roof level to create meetings rooms. At roof level, the floor will be strengthened and new steelwork installed to enable the construction of the additional floor, which will be stepped back from the existing façade.
ISG has now started to strip out vacant floors, remodel the main reception area and replace the building’s lifts. Mechanical and electrical services will be stripped out and upgraded service is maintained for the existing tenants.
ISG divisional director Graeme White said: “The regional office market is continuing to grow in confidence, with significant inward investment and a focus on attracting major domestic and international organisations. There are significant opportunities in these key conurbations and a growing demand for our fit out expertise, as recent wins for KPMG in Leeds and Manchester demonstrate, so we are delighted to be adding to our portfolio of projects for Aberdeen Asset Management in Bristol.”
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This article was published on 5 Oct 2016 (last updated on 5 Oct 2016).