ISG has secured its latest scheme with developer Hines, taking a £5.4 million commercial office project at Broadgate Quarter in London. The contractor most recently completed a circa 175,000 sq ft Cat A fit out across four levels of the iconic Cannon Place development for Hines.
Operating across three floors of the majority-occupied 12-storey Snowden Street building, ISG will deliver 46,000 sq ft of high-specification Cat A office space and carry out a major reconfiguration of the ground floor reception area. The project also includes the strip out and replacement of three existing lifts, external cladding modifications and the installation of an impressive lighting feature, suspended from level 12 within the building’s central light well.
In the busy main reception area of the live building, ISG will systematically strip out and reconfigure the accommodation, delivering a stylish and contemporary space, which will include bespoke joinery and high-quality materials. A 20m brass feature wall will be installed behind the reception desk and the company will form a new business lounge with 12m media wall.
Accessibility enhancements include new circle slide doors and turnstiles at ground floor level, and ISG will partially remodel the front elevation with structural glazing and a new illuminated entrance canopy. Externally, the contractor will modify and upgrade existing landscaping elements to create an attractive public realm area.
Matt Blowers, managing director of ISG’s UK Fit Out business, commented:
“Continuing our successful relationship with Hines, this latest project showcases our expertise delivering complex reconfiguration and upgrade works within operationally live environments. The communal upgrades form a significant component of the Broadgate Quarter project and minimising our impact on existing tenants remains a core focus throughout the programme duration.”