On 25, Oct 2012 | In Commercial | By cyan
- Project: Aldgate Union
- Client: Royal Bank of Scotland
- Architect: Sheppard Robson
- Project Value: 5.8m
The Aldgate Union project for Mace involved the refurbishment of an existing 12-storey office building on the eastern most border of the City of London. The building refurbishment commissioned by The Royal Bank of Scotland and designed by architects, Sheppard Robson, was part of the banks expansion plans in the early part of the new century and involved in providing high quality working facilities for around 2,700 workers and breathing much needed life into the East End/City interface area.
Fireclad was commissioned to install the partitioning and ceilings to the 12-storey building, which included blockwork substitute walls and shaftwall partitions along with drylining and both metal and plasterboard ceilings. In addition, Fireclad was requested to install GRG feature raft ceilings and to complete over £1.5m worth of fire protection throughout the project.