Monaghans' Project Managers are overseeing the external and internal refurbishment and fit-out of Arundel House, a five storey plus basement 1970’s concrete frame building recently purchased by Sheffield Hallam University.
The project is part of a £100 million+ programme of investment by the University in its buildings and facilities by 2015 and the intention is to refurbish the property for occupation primarily by the Directorate of International Development and the Facilities Directorate.
The works at Arundel House will take place in two phases with Phase 1 encompassing the refurbishment of the existing building including full strip out and asbestos removal, window renewal, external concrete repairs, a new entrance, internal insulation, roof and plant upgrades, and various mechanical & electrical works including a new fibre optic link into the building and the installation of photovoltaic solar panels on the roof.
Tenders have been returned for the Phase 1 works which are scheduled to start in February 2014. Once Phase 1 is complete and the building has been fully refurbished, Phase 2 will create functional office space which will see Arundel House being one of the first facilities to adopt the University’s ‘New Ways of Working’ strategy.
Arundel House is the latest appointment from our long standing relationship with Sheffield Hallam University and we look forward to delivering another successful project for one of the UK’s largest universities. If you would like to explore the results Monaghans' experienced team could deliver for you, please do get in touch, we would be happy to discuss your individual requirements.