10 Fleet Place


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Client: Ares Management

Project: CAT A office fitout.

Cost: £1.5M

CAT A office fit-out of 5th floor at 10 Fleet Place in Westminster.

The opportunity

Following our work on ARES headquarters, Total Project Integration were appointed as project managers and employer’s agent to oversee the demolition of existing CAT B fit out and development of CAT A fit-out. This project took place on the 5th floor of an existing, occupied office space in Fleet Place.

The challenge

The tenants on the 6th floor were Canadian broadcaster, CNBC, therefore any sound disruption would be catastrophic for their work. This was heightened by a void in the roof between the two floors, which allowed them to look into the 5th floor offices. It was vital that this void was filled in to reduce sound leakage from our works. A further challenge presented to the team, was a delay on the initial demolition, this pushed back the start on site date for the main contractor. Additionally, there was a delay in the delivery of the pedestal flooring which meant the completion date was pushed back.

The outcome

The void between the two floors was filled-in prior to the main works, which reduced sound leakage. We ensured communication was set up with the existing tenants, to advise them about any planned work in order to avoid disruption. Despite the two delays in works, we ensured the project was delivered to budget and programme. Our effective tenant liaisons and time management resulted in a successful, high quality finished project. This strengthened our relationship with ARES resulting in continued work.

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