Hilson Moran has been appointed as the MEP (minimum energy performance) and energy consultant for the masterplan.
The 35-acre site is being developed by Chinese firm Advanced Business Parks (ABP) for the Greater London Authority, which owns the land. Working with UK developer Stanhope and architects/masterplanners Farrells, ABP is committed to developing a minimum of 600,000 sq ft in the first phase.
Hilson Moran commercial director John Deasy said: “With the commitment to a significant first phase, Royal Albert Docks will not only attract investment into the country, but it will also create benefits for local people, providing thousands of new jobs. Our role working with the design team will help us realise this important masterplan.”
- Developer: Advanced Business Parks (ABP)
- Development manager: Stanhope
- Masterplanning architect: Farrells
- MEP & energy consultant: Hilson Moran
- Structural engineers: AKT II
- Quantity surveyor: WT Partnership
- Planning consultant: CBRE
- Lawyer: Pinsent Mason
- EIA: URS