We are very proud to be part of the BCO award winning team that designed Building 4 at St Paul’s Square in Liverpool. The building designed by Architects RHWL and Muse Developments won ‘Commercial Workplace’ at the North of England Awards. The project also won Development of the Year at the the 2011 RICS North West awards.
The development totals 1,650,000 sq ft of mixed-use space, incorporating offices, retail, cafes, restaurants and 285 new homes in the city centre of Liverpool. We provided the enhanced performance specification and monitoring for phases 2 and 3.
No. 5 St Paul’s Square is a 133,000 sq ft Grade A office building, which was designed specifically to minimise energy usage, associated carbon production and utilise its own infrastructure to obtain a minimum of 10% of the building’s energy requirements, from an onsite renewable source. This was achieved via the use of ground water source heat pumps, which provide the buildings heating and cooling. Overall the building achieved a 32% reduction in Carbon through a combination of passive and renewable measures.
No. 4 St Paul’s Square is an 8 storey, 109,000 sq ft, Grade A office building which achieved a BREEAM “EXCELLENT” rating.
2011 RICS Awards – Development of the Year
2012 BCO Northern Awards – Commercial Workplace