The UK office market is currently in the grip of some amazing building refurbishments which are transforming a variety of properties that have either fallen into disrepair or need a new lease of life in the wake of a fast-paced and constantly changing office environment.
Such projects are often a route for landlords to maximise underperforming assets and attract new occupiers and Projex is delighted to have been involved with two recent prestigious transformations where the developer/landlord sought to create something special that redefined existing standards in the marketplace.
Concordia Works on Sovereign Street Leeds has been shortlisted for the BCO award North of England, North Wales & Northern Ireland – more details in the news item below.
And in Birmingham, earlier this year Projex handed over the prestigious 55 Colmore Row, one of the city’s most prominently positioned and widely recognised business addresses, with a Grade II listed Victorian terrace facade overlooking St Philip’s Cathedral.
Projex provided project management on the £30 million redevelopment for IM Properties, which has been transformed into a striking and unique contemporary office facility, delivering 160,000 sq ft of flexible and contemporary Grade A offices, this iconic building in Birmingham’s city centre offers exceptional quality.
Projex are experienced in all aspects of office refurbishments and detailed design, including working in live environments with existing occupiers.
The company already acts for several UK landlords and property companies providing a range of asset management advice including Land Securities, IM Properties, Exemplar Properties, F&C Reit and FPROP.
Projex can provide a full service across all phases of a building’s lifecycle from project management, contract administration, feasibility studies and cost consultancy through to building consultancy (including condition surveys, dilapidations and building pathology) and Principal Designer services.
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