The construction of a new high-end members club in Berkley Square, London. Our works consisted of a complete M&E fit out, including installing a new HV sub-station at basement level, new distribution install, all power and lighting, fully automated lighting control system, CCTV, fire alarm, intruder and security systems.
With the help of ROC, Annabel’s has just reopened its doors at 46 Berkeley Square in Mayfair after its £55million make over.
Cahal McNicholl, Commercial Director of ROC Electrical says: “After completing many projects for Caprice Holdings over the last decade, it was an honour to be involved in this iconic building. ROC are well known for our high end delivery in the hospitality sector and this project is another fine example of this. We hope all the members of the club enjoy, what we feel, is a spectacular development.”
ROC has already had a hand in the installations of a number of these exclusive hotspots, including The Ivy, Sexy Fish, 34 Grosvenor Square, Electric House and J Sheekey, so to be chosen once more to accommodate Richard Caring’s needs is a great honour. ROC’s relationship was brought about by our friends at Arcacia Consulting, who introduced Caprice Holdings and Richard Caring to ROC’s services.
We also worked with interior designers, Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, to create a stunning internal atmosphere to ensure it receives the wow factor.