The total refurbishment of the reception area of No1 The Square in Bristol’s Temple Quay office park completes a busy summer for the firm.
Other projects undertaken recently include new classrooms and a refurbished staff area at Filton School, refurbishment of critical areas at the National Grid control centre in Wokingham and a series of projects for Fusion Lifestyle in London and the South East.
A major refit at Fusion’s Tunbridge Wells Leisure Centre in Kent will complete early next year.
Integral Build, based in St Anne’s, also continues to work on the fit out of the £45m transformation of Bristol City’s Ashton Gate Stadium for owner Bristol Sport. The new South Stand and refurbishment of the Dolman Stand are nearing completion with the remainder of the project due to be finished next summer.
Integral Build divisional director Tim Stringer said:
“We are seeing a growing demand for specialist fit out and refurbishment expertise as the construction and build market generally continues to thrive.
“With the forthcoming electrification of the London to Temple Meads train line, offices in the Temple Quarter area in particular are going to start competing to attract London firms, so we are seeing a real move towards higher-end materials and interior design.”
Occupiers in No1 The Square include recruitment firm Michael Page, civil engineers Halcrow, investment managers RC Brown and IBM. Integral Build is a Division of Bristol-based Integral UK, the UK’s largest privately owned property solutions company.