Tolworth Tower North Wing

Refurbishment of 80,000 sq ft Seifert designed office building.

London, UK
2002–2005
Sector: Commercial
Client: Treasury Holdings Properties Ltd.
Project Status: Completed
Budget: £8.5M

Following the commission to master-plan the re-development of Richard Seifert’s Tolworth Tower (1963), we carried out a number of feasibility studies and various projects were undertaken.

The site includes a 22-storey office tower, a low-level office block (the North Wing), 650 parking spaces on four levels, a major Marks and Spencer food store on the ground floor, and a parade of retail units.

We refurbished the Tolworth Tower North Wing, which included the complete re-landscaping and signage for the entire site, the refurbishment of 80,000sq ft of office space and reception area; the insertion of a 120-bedroom Travelodge hotel into existing office space; the formation of retail units and a health club plus general maintenance and external refurbishment. The problem of introducing modern day serviced office spaces within a typical 1960’s floor to ceiling height of 2.7m was resolved in a number of ways, and works were carried out in phases subject to pre-lets and in [conjunction] with existing tenants. 


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