Projects Reviewed

107 Cheapside

  • Client

    Lorne Stewart plc

  • Building Services Consultants

    Roger Preston & Partners

  • Value to CAD SERVICES

    £108,000

A re-development of Existing Buildings totalling 183,000 Sq ft , producing office space and retail units across 10 storeys plus basements, whilst retaining the façade on The City of London's main shopping street.CAD SERVICES brief was to provide structural surveys of the existing building for basement plant areas and risers, followed by fully co-ordinated installation drawings for the complete shell & core, (mechanical, electrical and public health services). This process included working very closely with the initial design team due to the complexity of the existing structural constraints.

Carmelite House

  • Client

    Inviron

  • Building Services Consultants

    Chapman BDSP

  • Value to CAD SERVICES

    £99,950

The scheme designed by Fletcher Priest Architects was developed by Quadrant Estates and Orion Capital Managers.
The site previously the Daily Mail HQ has consent for a redevelopment providing 130,000 Sq Ft of Office Space!

Alie Street

  • Client

    Imtech Meica

  • Building Services Consultants

    Silcock Dawson

  • Value to CAD SERVICES

    £90,000

The main building adopts an irregular rounded corner plan which creates a striking new profile when viewed from below. The external appearance of the building results from a subtly alternating pattern of light solid metal panels and deep set darker vertical windows. It’s hoped that this new development will be the catalyst for a positive and early contribution to the wider generation of the Aldgate area.

Crossrail Retail RT-5

  • Client

    Imtech Meica

  • Building Services Consultants

    Arup

  • Value to CAD SERVICES

    £150,000

The new Crossrail station will be built in the dock water area of West India Quay. The station will be covered by an elegant, semi open air timber lattice roof allowing views out over the dock, canary wharf and beyond. The station will provide a link between Canary Wharf and Poplar.

Olympic Park

  • Client

    Cofely East London Energy Ltd

  • Building Services Consultants

    Atkins & Arup

  • Value to CAD SERVICES

    £402,000

There was an emphasis from the outset to ensure that the London 2012 Games would be one of the most energy efficient in history. A 26km energy efficient district heating and cooling pipework network, fed from two of the largest energy centres ever to be built in the UK formed the design team’s proposal to supply the Olympic park with its energy requirements.

Following on from the successful Energy Centre project with energy Consultants Parsons Brinckerhoff we were further awarded the project to coordinate the 26km energy ring main. CAD SERVICES brief was to produce co-ordinated 3D manufacture drawings for the 26km energy network and the satellite sub stations. Utilising the latest 3D drafting and clash detection software. CAD SERVICES developed the consultants design into manufacture and installation drawings. More than 500 drawings were issued to show the coordination of the 26km energy network with all other utilities and proposed structures. This includes the venues and bridges which form an important part of the park aesthetics