Dashwood House

Reinventing a building doesn’t necessarily mean rebuilding it. Tearing everything down and starting again takes longer and carries an environmental as well as financial cost. Wherever possible, we look for more imaginative alternatives.

Dashwood is a good example. In 2009, we completed a major overhaul of this 1960s office building, right next to Liverpool Street Station. This involved stripping it back to its core and retaining its existing foundations and floorplates, but then rebuilding everything around it – including four new floors on top of the existing 14-storey building, increasing the lettable area by 17.8%. These top floors are completely column-free, maximising the usable space.

The entire building benefits from the latest environmental technology, including solar water-heating panels on the roof, rainwater capture and recycling, and a high-performance coating on the external glass cladding to control heat and light levels. We also made extensive use of demolition materials in the reconstruction process.

The result is an ‘Excellent’ BREEAM rating and an impressive rate of occupancy, with 77% let or in solicitor’s hands at the start of 2010. Not bad for a building which, at its core, is half a century old.

MWB Tottenham Court Road

Warwick worked closely with MWB Business Exchange the United Kingdom’s premier supplier of serviced office space, to revolutionize the current way they were building their office space to provide a more flexible and modular office environment sertraline hcl 50 mg. Maars Metaline was chosen by MWB for this 5 floor 25,000 sqft office building due to the speed of installation and also demountability as the office space was being changed on a weekly basis and thus a highly flexible system was needed by their clients.

University of Liverpool

The new three storey building is designed to enhance the student experience by creating high quality, contemporary learning facilities, to support new modular teaching courses and promote inter-disciplinary learning between the sciences. These facilities will also be made available to other University departments as well as outside organisations.

The building has been designed to be extremely energy efficient harnessing all the natural advantages the site offered and incorporating all the latest sustainable initiatives into the design to help the University reach its ambition of achieving a BREEAM “excellent” rating for the building. These include rainwater harvesting, a heat recovery system, air sourced heat pumps and solar panels, the building will have a low carbon footprint as it utilizes heat and power from the new constructed Energy Centre via the UoL own network of district heating pipes and high voltage electricity network.


Warwick Taylor to Landscape Pinewoods Holiday Park

Warwick Taylor are very proud to have won the sizeable landscaping package for the expansion of Pinewoods Holiday Park on the North Norfolk coast, adding a further 116 bays to the already impressive park.


Warwick working on new Chequers Shopping Centre Redevelopment, Huntingdon

Warwick are working on the new Marks & Spencer’s store as part of the redevelopment of the Chequers Shopping Centre in Huntingdon. Contract value £125k.



Herne Hill Velodrome new facilities

Warwick to undertake works to the new facilities at Herne Hill Velodrome where a young Sir Bradley Wiggins started his career.



University Arms Hotel, Cambridge

Work is commencing nicely at the University Arms Hotel in Cambridge. Contract value £1.3m.


Specialist Ceiling Surveys For Tesco

Warwick will be undertaking a series of specialist ceiling surveys to Tesco stores around the country.

Tesco Portsmouth


MBDA Bolton, Phase 4

Warwick to commence working on Phase 4 of MBDA’s flagship offices in Bolton
Submitted Picture MBDA @ Cutacre The artists impression of the new MBDA headquarters at Cutacre. An application has been submitted to Bolton Council for them to move their base from Lostock to Logistics North. Original From: Elaine OFlynn  Date: 18-02-13


Warwick assist Fleur Development’s First Ever Project in Suffolk

Warwick Taylor Landscapes are starting specialist tree works to Fleur Development’s new site is Risby, near Bury St Edmunds. The work will enable the planting of trees in lowland areas which are traditionally difficult to work with due to the soft nature of the soil.