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ROCMEP starts work onsite at Borough Yards

ROCMEP starts work onsite at Borough Yards – the redevelopment of the former Vinopolis premises, and surrounding arches, into a new shopping and restaurant complex around the well-known Borough Market.

ROCMEP’s works will consist of electrical shell and core install, CAT A fit out and electrical infrastructure to 52 retail units site wide.

We are looking forward to continuing our ongoing relationship with Wates Construction.

 

ROCMEP wins a new contract

ROC MEP has been awarded the Edward Street Quarter Electrical Design and Build contract with lead contractor McLaren – South, to deliver both the commercial shell & core, residential shell & core and the apartment fit-out at the new Brighton development.

Once completed, the £120million development will bring 168 new apartments, 110,000 sq ft of office space and 40,000 sq ft of retail, food and leisure outlets to Brighton city centre.

We have been chosen for our proven expertise and we look forward to continuing our ongoing relationship with McLaren, following the success of recent projects: Bromley South Central and RVP Tunbridge Wells.

Take a look at the other projects we have been involved in by visiting “Our Work” or get in touch –
01293 649390 | info@rocmep.co.uk

We’re on site at Soho Place

ROCMEP has been contracted by CHT, to deliver electrical works at Soho Place, a 400,000 sq ft mixed-use scheme on the corner of Oxford Street and Charing Cross Road. The scheme consists of two buildings separated by a new high-quality public realm.

Our works will be in ‘Block B’, which occupies the southern half of the site and comprises five storey’s of theatre with three storeys of office above and a shared basement, where we will be completing the electrical installation including shell & core and CAT A fit out.

 

 

The theatre at Soho Place will be the first purpose built venue in the West end in 50 years. It sits above the new Tottenham Court Road Crossrail station and sits on its own anti-vibration pads, which keeps it completely independent from the building it sits in and also any interference to the station below.

 

 

We have been chosen for our proven experience and expertise and we are looking forward to continuing our ongoing relationship with Crown House and LOR.

Take a look at other projects we are involved in, by visiting Our Work or get in touch by calling 01293 649390 or emailing info@rocmep.co.uk

 

 

ROC MEP have secured electrical works at ‘Wembley Park – Plot E05’

Work has begun on site to deliver the £4.5m project, which comprises of the full shell and core package and fit out of 458 apartments, plus works to the restaurant and space, car and coach park areas and all external areas.

The project will involve ROC MEP installing over 130 miles of cable and 48 Electric Vehicle charging points, plus electric bicycle charging facilities.

Wembley Park is a dynamic development, which upon completion, the whole project will provide 7,000 new homes within a 8.8million sq. ft. mixed-use area.

We are excited to be working for Briggs and Forrester Living on one of the largest regeneration projects in the country

ROC to refurbish FT’s new home

ROC have been selected to bring their Electrical fit out services to the City of London.

new bracken house

ROC is set to start a £3.2 million Electrical CatA and CatB fit-out to the New Bracken House office building in the City of London which will become the new home of the Financial Times, almost 30 years after relocating to Southwark.

New Bracken House is situated next to St Paul’s Cathedral and work will include stripping out the building, with some portions of the floors on the wings removed to create open courtyards. External listed wings will be cleaned and refurbished and existing roof configured with a 150-metre running track for employees, encasing a glass skylight.

Cahal McNicholl, Operations Director said: “We look for forward to working with Skanska SRW on this landmark project and delivering a high quality modern office building.”

Keep checking back for further updates on the New Bracken House case study.

ROC to deliver The Post Building

Crown House engages ROC to deliver The Post Building

the post building

The Post Building is a 320,000 sq ft mixed-use redevelopment of the former Royal Mail Sorting Office at 21-31 New Oxford Street, that is being turned into new offices and retail space.  When completed, it will compromise of office space, shops, a doctor’s surgery, roof gardens and 21 apartments.

We are delighted to be continuing our ongoing relationship with Crown House Technologies and completing another exciting project in the city.

Give us a call on 01293 649390 to find out more and see what ROC can do for you. Alternatively, click here to see our other Commercial projects.

ROC set to start on London’s 60-70 St Mary’s Axe

A delicious-sounding skyscraper for ROC.

st marys axe

60- 70 St Mary Axe is under construction close to the Gherkin tower.

ROC have been lined up to undertake the shell and core along with four floors of CatA of London’s next office tower and when completed it will stand 90 metres tall, reaching 21 storeys of 26,000 square metres of office space as well as ground-floor retail and streetscape enhancements.

September 2017 is an exciting month for both Mace MEP and the ROC team, as our 13 months project worth over £3m begins.

Give us a call on 01293 649390 to find out more and see what ROC can do for you. Alternatively, click here to see our other Commercial projects.

Go-ahead for ROC to start refurbishment works on Camden Town Hall Annexe

ROC have secured a £2.25m contract with MJL to help turn an old council offices into 266 luxury boutique bedroom hotel.

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The Annexe is an undervalued 1970’s Brutalist building and the new hotel with its bold new roof extension will remain respectful to its surroundings as it is a sensitive area.

Paul Codling, Contracts Manager said: “We’re delighted to be starting work on a such important building located in a prime London location that will be good for the community and preserves our history.”