- Client: Executive Investments
- Architect: AMOS Architecture
- Duration: May 2013 - April 2004
- Contract value: £7.1M
The Hyde House building was built in 1962. The project involved the refurbishment of a 40,000 m² 12 storey office block to accommodate a Hotel on floors 1-5 and Office accommodation on floors 6-11, with the basement utilised for a tank room for the hotel chain.
The refurbishment included re-cladding to two long sides of the building, the East with insulated panels with high spec glazing infill.
The hotel works included:
- Demolition of the existing office partitions & ceilings following co-ordinated tenant moves.
- Fit out of the 99 No. Bedrooms including 90 No. POD bath/shower rooms, 9 No. In-Situ/Universal Access shower rooms.
- Internal wall construction comprising of metal framed partitions and ceilings to comply with the high acoustic demands set out in the end users specification.
- Mechanical and electrical installations comprising of an Air conditioning system to each individual bedroom and integrated Heat Recovery systems
- Low energy LED lighting throughout
- A Triple Glazed façade system reducing the buildings carbon footprint in accordance with the BREEAM construction criteria.
- The installation of Case goods Furniture to the end users specification throughout the 99 No. rooms with all associated fixtures and fittings.
- The public areas on the 1st and Ground floors included a Kitchen, Restaurant, Lounge, Reception and back of house Staff Areas and facilities. Finishes to these areas included the full fit out including all M&E services, Furniture and Fixtures and fittings.