German Embassy, Belgrave Sq.
Belgrave Square is considered one of the grandest and largest 19th-century squares in London, was built between1825-1841 and is grade 1 listed. 21-23 Belgrave Square was converted into a combined property in 1953, and has been the German Embassy since 1955. The project was to refurbish the residence building to its former glory. Works included relocation of the primary plant room and a phased approach to the building services to maintain occupied areas operational during the works. This required close liaison between the design team and contractors to ensure a coordinated but flexible working environment to accommodate client requirements.
Location: Belgrave Square, London
Client: German Embassy
Value: £4m approx.
The project had a phased approach and Martin Thomas Associates were appointed to undertake all the Mechanical and Electrical Consultancy Work.
Scope of Works
Phased approach for all services whilst maintaining non refurbished areas operational.
Heating, Ventilation, Domestic Water Services, Gas, BMS Controls, Cooling Electrical distribution and Small Power, Lighting, Emergency Lighting, Fire Alarms, Data and Security containment, Emergency Power.
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