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Victoria Square House, Birmingham
Victoria Square House is a part grade II listed chateau with a more modern office attached to form one of Birmingham’s more prominent buildings and set over 21,000 square metres. The whole survey project took nearly ten days to complete but we were able to provide the client with a report on the building in addition to the EPC which informed them as to where energy and money savings could be made. These additional comments were above and beyond the scope of our contract and at no extra cost to our client.
St Philip’s Point, Birmingham
This stunning office building in the centre of Birmingham has several unusual features including curved, glazed walls and double height ceilings. The building as a whole achieved a D rating, although several of the fully refurbished floors reached a C, due in part to the more efficient HVAC systems in place.
Infinity House, Crewe
Infinity House if an impressive 5,000 square meter building set over three floors. Built in 2003 to 2002 building regulations the property’s environment is predominantly controlled using air conditioning. The EPC rating of 81 compares favourably against the existing built standard of 121 and that of 50 if it were built to current building regulations.
10-11 Park Place, London
10-11 Park Place is a refurbished office building in London’s West End, with accommodation over five floors extending to approximately 770 square metres. The building received a band C rating, excellent for a building of this age, thanks largely to the care taken over the refurbishment, and the effective HVAC system that has been installed. The main recommendation to further enhance the energy efficiency related to the removal of a few Tungsten light bulbs in the property.