The Heal's Building

Location London, United Kingdon
Services Building services, structural and fire engineering, sustainable design and vertical transportation
Sector Workplace 
Client Threadneedle Property Investments Ltd
Architect John McAslan & Partners
Imagery © Hufton+Crow

Steve Cook

T +44 (0)20 7438 1600

Cundall was appointed by Threadneeddle Property Investments Ltd for the refurbishment of 39,000ft² of office space within the original 1930's Heal's Building on Tottenham Court Road.

The Grade A refurbishment was for the 5 floors of office space above the ground floor retail area and the ground floor reception.

A ducted fresh air and extract system delivers tempered air to each office space and heating & cooling is provided via a variable refrigerant flow system (VRF) air to air heat pump system. Units are fixed to the soffits exposed or beneath windows in architectural housings.

The courtyard is provided with ground mounted up light luminaires with recessed LED downlights on the bridge links. The glass link bridge is lit with continuous LED strip lights. The office space utilises LG7 compliant lighting. 

A new central atrium has been created along with 2 scenic, glass-car lifts accessed via the courtyard. 

The building is rated at BREEAM Very Good with bike racks and new shower facilities within the basement.



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