The East Anglia team’s approach, delivering local projects by local people, led to a team who were proud to be a part of this prestigious development. Focus was on ensuring that the intrinsic role we played within the wider project team, helped achieve the successful delivery of this project to create a new landmark for the City of Cambridge.
During pre-construction our skilled team focused on design development and optimisation, taking into account the services co-ordination, feedback from our supply chain, consultation with the end-user to ensure compliance with project performance requirements and constant monitoring of budget. Our estimating and design teams worked tirelessly to identify numerous cost effective MEP value engineering solutions.
In the early stages, Dalkia’s team worked with Galliford Try to develop a fully integrated programme and alignment prior to the construction phase of the project. Maximising opportunities for off-site manufacture were identified and a pre-fabrication strategy developed.
This included a roof mounted packaged plantroom, heating and chilled water pipework along with heating and chilled water riser mains pipework, floor plate “corridor” heating and chilled water modules.
Completion of 50-60 Station Road was successfully achieved through hard work and collaboration. The team delivered the MEP installation in-line with Main Contractor, Galliford Try’s expectations with their M&E Technical Manager, Mark Foster commenting “The installation quality is amazing. I am absolutely over the moon.”
50-60 Station Road offers state-of-the-art office accommodation just 150 metres from the railway station and surrounded by the offices of some of the world’s best known business names. It is now among the largest and most modern offices in the historic city and offers astounding views over Cambridge’s City Centre.
These bright, elegant offices are ‘world-class’ in their design and the building itself is planned to exceed energy efficiency standards with a beautifully presented façade designed to complement the buildings surroundings.