BBF Fielding were initially appointed by Rutland Woking Ltd to carry out a feasibility study on a site that consisted of a disused council recycling centre and a strip of derelict land adjacent to an established industrial estate. The site was further constrained by a pumped rising foul main running through it and a small embankment down to the neighbouring allotments.
The solution was to create 3 speculative individual industrial units of approx. 970m² GIA of modern flexible space, linked via a service road running along the line of foul sewer. Our commission was extended to provide a full architectural service. We worked closely with other consultants to secure planning permission, produced working drawings and procurement information and then worked closely with the contractor during construction phase.
Construction of 3 new industrial unit adjacent to established industrial estate
Project Status: Full Commission