Consultancy and construction firm Mace has been selected as the main contractor to undertake the refurbishment of Fleet Street’s Peterborough Court scheme in London.
This is claimed to be the largest interiors project for the group in the last ten years.
Construction has commenced on the Fleet Street office development project, Peterborough Court, which was earlier the European headquarters of Goldman Sachs.
Located at 133 Fleet Street, Peterborough Court will be remodelled to create 292,000ft2 of Grade A workspace across eleven floors and retail space on ground floor.
The property provides floor space of between 16,000ft2 and 33,000ft2, with access to private terraces across four floors and public courtyard open space.
The project will be available for occupation from second quarter of 2024.
CBRE and JLL will serve as joint leasing agents.
Peterborough Court will feature transformed Fleet Street and Shoe Lane building entrances, activated frontages, a long gallery entrance with new glazing, and redesigned interiors in line with sustainability standards.
The building will aim for green building certification BREEAM status of ‘Excellent’.
Peterborough Court will provide around 600 cycle spaces, EV charging points, luxury showers, lockers, changing and support facilities for cyclist commuter market.
Broadwater Capital is managing the £120m investment programme for Peterborough Court.
Mace will be supported by JRA for architectural services and Bdp for structures and lighting.
Gardiner & Theobald has been appointed to provide project Management and cost consultancy services and Gerald Eve to serve s the planning advisor.
Mace managing director for interiors Stewart Ward said: “We are delighted that the Mace interiors team will be playing a key role in delivering such an ambitious landmark project.
“As a responsible business we are particularly proud to deliver workplaces with strong sustainability credentials and we look forward in making this bold vision a reality.”