5,584 sq m
System5,584 sq m
Part of a major redevelopment of a dilapidated area in the Western area of Aberdeen. The Justice Mill Lane project comprises grade-A commercial office space at The IQ building, a high quality business hotel and underground parking. The 13,766 sq m building offers large flexible floor plates and an impressive four storey atrium and double height entrance hall. Extensive perimeter glazing grants a high level of natural day lighting and panoramic views.
Underfloor air conditioning was specified for the upper three floors of the IQ building occupied by energy giant Centrica comprising 20 CAM downflow units and 230 TU4 Fantiles. The project highlights the speed and ease of installation capability of underfloor systems; only three months passing from enquiry to order, and six months from the placement of the order to completion of commissioning.
Winner of: The British Council for Offices – Best Commercial Office Award 2012 (Scottish Awards)
Winner of: The Aberdeen Society of Architects – Best Commercial Building 2011
BREEAM “Very Good” rating
Consultant – KJ Tait
Developer – Hazeldene
M & E Contractor – Hutcheon Services
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