Southside Building, Birmingham

Cat A fit-out and refurbishment of commercial office space at Southside building, formerly Albany House

Project Stats

Duration
18 weeks
Value
£2.2 m
Size
25,316 sq ft
Sector
Commercial

Project Story

Formerly known as Albany House the 11-storey, 51,000 sq ft office building will receive a £2.5 million package of improvement. Drawing on the buildings mid-century heritage the works will include the comprehensive internal strip-out and refurbishment of common areas and vacant office suites, creating stylish contemporary circulation spaces.

The office area on the first floor will be reconfigured to provide a combination of flexible co-working space, smaller cellular offices and open-plan suites, along with a bookable meeting room and break out area.

The exterior of the building will be partially reclad with the retail units fronting Hurst Street receiving new frontages. A coffee shop unit will link internally to the enhanced and reconfigured reception, and tenants will benefit from new bike storage and shower facilities.

Prominently positioned on Hurst Street and just a few minutes’ walk from New Street Station, the Southside Building represents the leading commercial opportunity in that part of the city for occupiers seeking smaller or co-working space within easy access of the city core.
Key Challenges
  • Working within a fully occupied building
  • Noisy work restrictions
  • Maintain safe access to restaurants, retails shops and nightclub
  • Covid-19 social distancing measures

Project Team

Phil Crowther × Operations Director
Phil Taylor × Principal Sales & Marketing Manager
Consultant team
Customer : Paloma 1
Architect: Whitman Wilde
Quantity Surveyor: Quantum Consulting
Project Manager: Malcolm Hollis
M&E Engineer: Malcolm Hollis

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