Project Description

Office Refurbishment at Imperial Works, Kentish Town

Strip out and comprehensive refurbishment of this 21,000 ft² scheme which includes a rooftop extension, realigning the existing passenger lift and new MEP installations.

Strip out and comprehensive refurbishment.

The 21,000 ft² scheme including a rooftop extension of an existing 4 storey building inclusive of the wholesale replacement of the existing crittall window.

Structural works associated with the forming a rooftop extension and realigning of the existing passenger lift for DDA compliance and new MEP installations.

Client: Newmark Properties

Procurement: Two Stage Negotiated

Project Manager: Rougemont

Architect: Coffey Architects

Services: GDM

Structure: Akera Engineers

Partners view

“Exigere created a working methodology that ensured competitive tendering to supply performance based best practice. Our excellent experience will ensure a long term relationship.”
Niall Aitken, Partner

Clients view

“The insights that Exigere brought to our architecture and engineering firm have been priceless. They’ve served as a strategic advisor, conducting cost-saving operational reviews adding tremendous value to our firm.”
Bill Jones, BDO Architects

Did you know?

London Wall was the defensive wall first built by the Romans around Londinium, their strategically important port town on the River Thames in what is now the United Kingdom, and subsequently maintained until the 18th century.