HMCS, Rose Court: Office Reconfiguration

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HMCS, Rose Court: Office Reconfiguration

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Reconfiguration works were carried out at Rose Court for Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service.

Rose Court is a multi-storey office building constructed in the early 1990’s, occupied by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) and the Crown Prosecution Service (primary occupier). HM Courts Service currently occupies the entire 2nd Floor and the North end of the 3rd Floor under a MOTO (internal lease agreement between one Government Department and another).

Internal alterations were required to both the 2nd and 3rd floors to facilitate the relocation of the group known as ‘LCCC’ into the building.

Works consisted of alterations to the floors to primarily remove cellular offices and conference/meeting room facilities and to convert the floors back to an open plan office floor layout with a reduced number of quiet rooms /meeting rooms.

All works were undertaken within an occupied building and were divided up into 2 phases. Programme timescales were tight and client driven.

M&E works included replacing the Mitsubishi wall mounted indoor unit and associated external condensing unit serving the Comms room, provision of additional power, and adaptions to floor boxes, data and power, adapting the AC systems to provide ventilation to permit the new layout, installation of CCTV equipment and also power poles and other associated IT data.

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