Department of Health - Victoria Street, London

Cat B fit-out of a nine floor building. Procured via the SCAPE framework

Project Stats

Duration
34 weeks
Value
£12.5million
Size
94,722 sq ft
Sector
Commercial

Project Story

We were set the challenge of a 94,722 sq ft Cat B fit-out of newly refurbished building procured via the SCAPE 3 Framework.

The Ground Floor retail space was re-assigned as usable office space and now provides a number of ancillary services to the offices on the upper floors, with the lobby area acting as the central point between the reception, café and adjacent meeting rooms. Upon completion we were truly proud to learn that this project is to be used as an exemplar office to demonstrate to other Government bodies how the working environment can be improved, whilst at the same time bringing efficiencies to working practices.

In addition, BIM was used to successfully design and deliver an attractive, yet highly cost effective and sustainable building for DoH. This helped Willmott Dixon Interiors win ‘Best overall BIM project’ at the RICS’ BIM4SME awards.
Project Outcomes
  • Achieved 10/10 Pre-construction customer satisfaction
  • 100% Fair payment through the supply chain
  • 92% Local project labour and spend (within 40 miles)
  • The project also won an award for 'Sustainable Construction' at the London Construction Awards
  • Achieved BREEAM Very Good

Project Team

Tom McEvoy × Director of Operations
Elita Alem × Sales & Marketing Manager
Consultant team
Architect: Willmott Dixon Interiors
Project Manager: Faithful & Gould
Cost Consultant: Faithful & Gould
Services Engineer: ETEC Associates

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