Client: Marks & Spencer
Architect: Scott Brownrigg
Period: 21 weeks
This contract involved major structural alterations to an existing reinforced concrete building to convert two adjacent shops into
a single unit.
The works consisted of demolitions, erecting new partitions, construction of a new lift shaft and new mechanical and
Complicated temporary support works were required while concrete structures were removed and replaced with structural
The design loadings were substantial as the building is a twelve storey structure.
The premises was then fitted out as a high quality food retail outlet at ground floor level, and staff and storage facilities in the basement.