Stoke Local Service Centre, Stoke-on-Trent
The project consisted of a full office and reception refurbishment along with the extension to the old building.
The building is a blend of the new and the old that attempts to reduce energy use and carbon dioxide levels. Renewable technologies such as ground source heat pumps, photovoltaic and solar thermal panels, and a sedum covered roof were employed and the building achieved a BREEAM “Excellent” rating.
- Project Title: Stoke Local Service Centre
- Scheme Budget: £3 million
- Project Period: 9 months
- Procurement Strategy: Partnering (PPC 2000)
- Role Undertaken on Project: Project Manager – EA
- Other Consultants: BBLB Architects Scott Wilson
- Client: Stoke-on-Trent City Council
- Client Users: Library, Training and Conference, One-stop-shop to Council Services
- Contractor: Carillion
- Description of work: Conversion of former shops and market buildings together with a large extensionProject driver To provide easy access to council services and act as a platform to assist in the regeneration of Stoke town centre.