100 West Regent Street
Designing and project managing a proposed relocation and delivering a high quality refurbishment redevelopment project.
CKD Galbraith were appointed to design and project manage a proposed relocation and deliver a high quality refurbishment redevelopment project within a tight programme.
Stage 1 - Briefing Meeting
Client’s proposal was to relocate an existing tenant form the 1st floor to the 4th floor of an existing 5 storey office block and in turn move the 2nd floor tenant to the 1st floor, all under a turn key agreement.
Stage 2 - Information Gathering
A full measured survey of the floors in question was undertaken and drawings as existing prepared. Meetings were held with the tenants to assess their individual requirements.
Stage 3 - Initial Proposals
Outline proposals and space planning drawings were prepared. A detailed programme was prepared and outline budgets prepared and issued.
Stage 4 - Statutory Applications and Consultant Appointments
Following signing off of proposals Listed Building and Building Warrant consents were applied for. A Services Consultant, Planning Supervisor, Structural Engineering Consultant and Interior Design were appointed on behalf of the client.
Stage 5 - Tender
Preparation of tender drawings, continued client, tenant and consultant meetings.
Preparation of Scottish Minor Work Contract, description of work and preliminaries.
Receipt of competitive tenders and preparation of tender report.
Stage 6 - Construction Phase
Appointment of contractor on behalf of client.
Approval of construction phase Health & Safety plan.
Regular technical and progress meetings.
Managing change via change authorisation procedure.
Valuations and issue of payment certificates and payment authorisations.
Preparation and issue of snagging list.
Stage 7 - Completion
Issue of practical completion certificate.
Securing of Building Control acceptance of completion.
Receipt of building manual.
Agreement of final account.
Tenant induction meeting and hand over.
This was a successful high quality project completed on time and to the client’s budget, the overall expenditure was augmented by the tenants however the variations requested by the tenants during the construction phase were incorporated within the agreed programme.
We consider that the management regime established at the outset of the project ensured that the required timescales and quality expectations of all parties were met.