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ROC MEP hands over another Ivy Restaurant: Ivy Asia, St Pauls

We have had the privilege to work on some of the most famous and prestigious developments, working alongside forward thinking clients who expect the highest standards to produce an outstanding finished product.

    

ROC MEP’s works at The Ivy Asia consisted of a full design and electrical fit out in all front and back of house areas, plus fire alarm systems, lighting control, data and AV installation.

We are delighted to hand over yet another fantastic restaurant and continuing our relationship with Brown & Carroll and Caprice Holdings.

Give us a call on 01293 649390 to find out more and see what ROC MEP can do for you, and Click Here to see our other Hospitality projects.

The Grand Hotel York’s exciting expansion is complete

The Grand Hotel York celebrate their recent £15 million expansion, finished to an exceptional standard

The Grand Hotel York celebrate their recent £15 million expansion, finished to an exceptional standard.  We at ROC MEP are proud to have delivered the full electrical services, including fire systems, CCTV, data, access control and lighting control system, for this development over the past 18 months and wish everyone involved every success with the future of the hotel.

Video courtesy of Will Stanley Film & Photography https://www.willstanleyphoto.com/

Give us a call on 01293 649390 to find out more and see what ROC MEP can do for you. Alternatively, to see The Grand Hotel York’s full project details and our other Hospitality projects visit “Our Work” section on our website

SEXY FISH: The ROC MEP Team Brings Richard Caring’s New Restaurant to Life

With the help of ROC’s powerhouse of Electrical, Mechanical and Solutions services, West End dining and clubs tycoon Richard Caring has just opened a luxurious new Asian-styled fish restaurant and cocktail bar, with a name sure to turn heads: SEXY FISH.

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The new hot ticket in London is SEXY FISH, situated over the road from other ROC MEP projects: Berkeley Square’s Annabel’s and Mayfair’s Mark’s Club, both of which were also created by Richard Caring.

If you’ve been strolling around Mayfair sometime within the last couple of months, you may have noticed the visage of a gigantic neon shark adorned across the hoardings of a site under construction, a strange sight, even for London. Behind this bizarre image, ROC MEP’s expert team were busy installing SEXY FISH’s M&E systems.

Fittingly enough, ROC MEP has already had a hand in the service installations of a number of these exclusive hotspots, including Mayfair’s 34 Grosvenor Square, Electric House on Portobello Road and more of Mr. Caring’s restaurant locations, notably J Sheekey and the world-famous celebrity hangout The Ivy in Covent Garden. Due to the excellent relationship established during these past projects, and the highest quality of work ROC MEP has provided to Mr. Caring in the past, it is no surprise that we were chosen once more to accommodate his needs once more. This vital relationship was brought about by our friends at Arcacia Consulting, who introduced Caprice Holdings and Richard Caring to ROC MEP’s services in the first place.

On this project ROC MEP worked hand in hand with Maurice Brill Lighting Design and Martin Brudnizki Design Studio to create a stunning internal atmosphere, as well as setting up gas, plumbing, heating, access control, phone lines and data cabling to support the vital booking system. All of these systems have been put through their paces since the doors of SEXY FISH opened up to the public.

ROC MEP’s Operations Director, Cahal McNicholl, said: “Working on projects such as SEXY FISH is very important to us and to be part of developments like this continues to raise our profile.” Cahal added: “At ROC MEP we always strive to deliver what the client asks for, ensuring that each job has the wow factor.”

Give us a call on 01293 649390 to find out more and see what ROC MEP can do for you by looking at our other Hospitality projects.

ROC to refurbish FT’s new home

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

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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.

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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.

ROC Secures Electrical Work

Camden-Lock-VillageROC appointed to deliver iconic Camden Lock Village.

ROC is pleased to announce we have been successfully awarded by Gratte Brothers the Electrical package at Camden Lock Village. The village will feature eight new buildings between three and nine storeys in height, to provide a new canal-side market building, cafes and restaurants, art-house cinema, housing (170 residential units of which 156 are private), a food quarter, flexible employment space, three public spaces and a new school and nursery.

ROC involvement starts in May 2017 to compete shell and core work of the residential block, cinema and retail complex worth a circa £900,000.

Call on 01293 649390 for more information.

ROC runs for Macmillan Cancer Support

Sunny skies and fantastic supporters made for a great day in Brighton for the Half Marathon.

ROC Runners - Brighton Half Marathon

A team of “ROC Runners” took part in the Brighton Half Marathon to help raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support; a fantastic charity who want to make a real difference. Cancer can affect everything; your body, your relationships, your money, everything. But they are there to help people live life, no matter what. Macmillan give them the support they need to hold on to who they are and what’s important.

We raised a massive £2,525.00 (252% of our target!) 

Thank you so much to everyone who donated; it means a great deal and we are so happy to make the transfer to Macmillan Cancer Support.

We are now busy planning other events for the year, such as the London to Brighton Bike Ride.

Imperial’s White City Campus with ROC and CHT

With the help of ROC Electrical, an exciting new development in the London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

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With over £1.1 million investment, ROC have been brought on board at Imperial’s White City, a major new campus, co-locating world class researchers, businesses and higher education partners.

The project builds on ROC’s extensive experience delivering first-class projects the company has from new build and complex refurbishments, to smaller scale fit outs and individual laboratory projects.

The ROC team is due on site in May 2017 and work on the tower begins on the next milestone building at Imperial’s White City Campus. The tower is an integral part of the College’s new innovation campus. Positioned on the northern part of White City the residential tower will provide 192 new homes.

Brian McCloskey, Operations Director said: “We are delighted to be continuing our ongoing relationship with Crown House Technologiesand look forward to delivering a residential building which will create a landmark building for the White City Campus”.

Click here to see the Imperial West, Block F White City project details, or click here to see our other Residential projects.

Holiday Inn Wembley launches its £2million Open Lobby

ROC was contracted to all electrical works on the £2million Open Lobby project.

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ROC was contracted by Splendid Hospitality Group to do all electrical works on Open Lobby project, following successful works at the hotel over the years, which include a full electrical refurbishment in 2013 and a new heating plant refit in 2015.

The lobby has completely transformed the 336-bedroom hotel, offering a vibrant space to eat, meet, relax or work, and includes All Day Dining and a Starbucks To Go Café.

The refurbishment has been such a success that InterContinental Hotel Group have nominated the Open Lobby as the best UK Holiday Inn during their internal awards ceremony.

Take a look at other projects we are involved in by visiting “Our Work” or and get in touch by calling 01293 649390 or e-mailing us info@rocukgroup.com to learn more