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Hammersley House

London, UK

The 16,311 sq ft building on Warwick Street has been stripped back to the core and has undergone a full redevelopment

Total Area

1500 sq m

System
CAM-V Direct Expansion Underfloor supply air, high level return air

2018 Refurbishment

The 16,311 sq ft building on Warwick Street has been stripped back to the core and has undergone a full redevelopment, including redesigned windows and a vibrant green brick façade to grant more architectural definition and visual interest from the street.

Office accommodation featuring underfloor air conditioning has been created on floors 1-4 and the Ground and basement floors are reserved for retail use.  As a speculative office development, the high level return air option was preferred due to the ease of positioning Fantiles for future tenants as there is no underfloor segregation in the plenum.

The project was developed under Royal London Asset Management’s sustainability framework and is expected to be awarded BREEAM “Very Good”.

Architect – Squire & Partners
Consultant – MTT
Developer – Royal London Asset Management
Main Contractor – Virtus


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