Location London, United Kingdom
Services Building services and fire engineering, sustainable design, lighting design, IT and audio visual
Client T. Rowe Price
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The expansion of T. Rowe Price within 60 Queen Victoria Street, requires the business to relocate within the demise on a churn basis.
The works include the creation of a fully integrated communications room (NDC) and supporting on floor hub rooms, including the provision of new UPS and In-Row cooling units, served by new packaged free-cooling chiller plant, situated at roof level. These works were combined with the fit-out of floors four through to eight, providing a high spec open plan facility with interlinking meeting and conference facilities across all floors.
High density conference facilities are provided on the upper floor and are serviced by the new catering facility. Break out areas, meeting rooms and kitchenette areas are provided on each level for localised interaction of staff.
Along with the MEP designs, Cundall delivered a fully integrated telephony system in-conjunction with the entire IT/Communication network. Specifically, the scope of works comprised:
The building has remained occupied by TRP throughout the fit-out works. As the client’s business involves financial trading, no interruptions in IT services are permissible. This has demanded that detailed phasing strategies be compiled and reviewed with key stakeholders. Key to the success of the project has been close collaboration between the fit-out design and IT teams, so that constraints affecting the switch over of IT services from the old NDC to the new facility were fully understood and factored into the phasing strategies. This has involved the production of phasing drawings to illustrate each sequential step of the works, including services diversions and temporary supplies.
Cundall provided MEP services for the fit-out for T Rowe Price, a private US financial company in Singapore, this followed the successful delivery of the client’s London office.
Latham & Watkins occupy 12 floors within the 24 storey tower at 99 Bishopsgate. The expansion of the business resulted in a number of new floors being occupied by Latham & Watkins with the phase 1 works covering the fit-out of five floors.
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