This prominent building in Ravenscourt Park has a rich heritage: it was designed by renowned architect Richard Seifert on the site which was once the home of the world-famous International Time Recording Company. Seifert was the architect and visionary behind London’s Centrepoint and NatWest Tower buildings. He and his practice were responsible for creating more London-based buildings than Sir Christopher Wren and designed over 500 office buildings across the UK and Europe.
The International Time Recording Company was the world’s largest manufacturer of time recorders – many of their iconic timepiece designs have today become collectable items.
Flamestone Ltd were engaged to provide CAT A demise splits to the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors of this stunningly refurbished property. The timescales to deliver the completed service splits were very short, as tenants were already committed to the spaces. Works mechanically involved the separation of VRF air conditioning systems serving whole floors into separate zones to suit the demise splits, including the alteration to the BMS head end and local outstations to support this. Also, the alterations to ventilation and domestic water services as necessary.
Electrical works included the supply and installation of a new sub-main and distribution board (metered) to each floor, re-configuration of lighting, emergency lighting and small power circuits to the new boards, and the installation of new small power trunking and distribution to the new areas. We also altered the fire alarm and data installations to suit the new CAT A layouts.
Where new landlord communal areas were formed, we also provided reconfiguration of circuits to suit this along with all recommissioning.
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