Bridge House | London
Bridge House is currently undergoing a major refurbishment in phases with tenants remaining in occupation in parts of the office building as well as restaurant tenants remaining in place during the works.
The main MEP infrastructure is being replaced requiring the design to be carefully planned around the phasing requirements, keeping the building live for the remaining occupants.
Detailed surveys of the existing MEP systems were completed to enable the phasing strategy to be planned effectively.
All of the office floors are being refurbished and an extension added on the roof to provide additional office accommodation and roof terraces to provide circa 40,000 sq ft.
A new retail café is being added to the ground floor in a space that was previously an office requiring provision of new infrastructure to support its new function.
Client: GMS Estates
Project Type: Commercial Office
Architect: Emrys Architects