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Heron Bros wins £45m spec office build

12 Feb Heron Bros has won the construction contract for one of the largest speculative Grade A office developments in Northern Ireland.

The Paper Exchange
The Paper Exchange

The Paper Exchange is a £45m development of 200,000 sq ft of office space in Belfast city centre.

Building work starts this week and more than 100 jobs are expected to be created during its construction.

Draperstown-based Heron Bros was awarded the contract by developer Wirefox.

The 11-storey building at 43-63 Chichester Street is due for completion by December 2021.

The project, designed by Belfast-based Todd Architects, will be built to the BREEAM Excellent sustainability standard.

Heron Bros deputy managing director Martin O’Kane said: “Few commercial developments can truly earn the title of ‘landmark building’ but The Paper Exchange is an exciting exception and we’re proud to have been chosen to oversee its construction and to deliver on the exacting design requirements of this iconic, transformative project for Belfast and Northern Ireland.”

Pictured from left to right are Wirefox development director Joanne McBurney, Savills director Gareth Howell, Colliers director Ian Duddy, Heron Bros construction director Karl McKillop and Todd Architects associate Brona Marshall
Pictured from left to right are Wirefox development director Joanne McBurney, Savills director Gareth Howell, Colliers director Ian Duddy, Heron Bros construction director Karl McKillop and Todd Architects associate Brona Marshall

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