BAK Boysen Exhaust Components, Germany
Designed around state-of-the-art process technology and logistics, the Boysen plant BAK located in Simmersfeld, is geared towards the highly flexible production of components and complete exhaust systems for passenger cars, commercial vehicles and off-highway applications.
400 Longwater Avenue, Green Park, Reading
Green Park continues to expand to meet the needs of forward-thinking, people-centric occupiers that understand the influences of the working environment on productivity.
Schrödinger Building, Oxford Science Park
The Oxford Science Park was created in 1991 and is owned and managed by Magdalen College Oxford. The Park upholds the College’s heritage and provides one of the most influential science, technology and business environments in the UK for more than 2,500 people in over 70 companies, ranging from start-ups to SMEs and multi-national organisations.
Florence Building, Basingstoke
The Florence Building is a brand new 5-storey 59,460 sq ft office development in the heart of Basingstoke, Hampshire.
Elsley House London
Elsley House is an elegant art deco building constructed in the 1930s. It now provides 66,900 sq ft of bright contemporary office accommodation.
108 Cannon Street, London
Typo R2Z Lockers in Z shape formation installed in newly refurbished offices in London.
7 Savoy Court, London
7 Savoy Court is one of Covent Garden’s most desirable addresses. The building occupies a commanding and prominent position on the Strand, allowing its occupiers and their visitors to benefit from the vibrancy and diversity Covent Garden has to offer.
The Willis Building, London
The Willis Building is a spectacular 28-story skyscraper positioned directly across the street from Lloyd’s, in the world’s original insurance capital, the City of London. KEMMLIT's type R lockers were specified in keeping with the building's elegant and modern design.
48 Leicester Square
48 Leicester Square in Central London is a landmark building which has been totally revamped at a cost of over £40 million to provide high end retail and office space over 8 floors.
Mocatta House, Brighton
Mocatta House is part of the Trafalgar Place flagship development in Brighton. Named after David Mocatta the architect who designed the original building in the 1890’s and also Brighton’s Railway Station, Mocatta House has recently been refurbished at a cost of £3.7 million.
Syntner Audi, West London
In October 2009 the world’s largest Audi Centre opened its doors in West London. Conceived by Architects Wilkinson Eyre, the vast glass and metal structure is seven storeys high and occupies over 190,000 square feet.