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Intellectual Property office Aldgate

The design and Cat b fit-out of the unified patent court at level 3 Aldgate Tower

Project Stats

17 weeks
£2 m
20,000 sq ft

Project Story

We were appointed via the SCAPE framework to create new London offices and courtroom facilities for the Intellectual Property Office and the Unified Patent Court.

The fit-out works included the configuration of the floor to create 4 new courtrooms and 18 meeting rooms along with an open plan and cellular office layout and new tea point facilities as well as judge's chambers and associated facilities. A new reception and public waiting area with security scanners were also created.

The courtrooms were designed with flexible dividers, translation booths, soundproofing, and excellent acoustic isolation levels. Full IT services and Cat 6 cabling installed as well as providing a new server room.
Key Results
  • The specification and quality of the finish of the space is critical
  • Acoustic rating requirements of 59db
  • Delivered ahead of programme
  • BIM Level 1 model provided

Project Team

Paul Gorry × Regional Head of Business Development (London & South)
Consultant team
Architect: Bond Bryan
M&E Engineers: Maleon
Project Manager : Pick Everard
Quantity Surveyor : Pick Everard

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