Galliford Try awarded new sustainable office scheme

Topic Contracts

Date 14 Oct 2021

Galliford Try's Building London and South East Commercial business has been appointed to a £12.7m contract to build a new sustainable commercial office building for CLS Holdings plc (CLS), the FTSE 250 office-space specialist.

The scheme, at Vauxhall Walk in South London, is targeting a BREEAM Excellent rating and will feature passive ventilation, smart lighting and PhotoVoltaic (PV) panels.

The new 10-storey development will provide 28,500 sqft of high-quality office space, with a communal and private south-facing roof terrace, a café, shower and changing facilities along with secure cycle storage. Fit-out at ground floor will be completed to Category B, while the remaining nine storeys of office space will be completed to Category A.

Matthew Pool, Managing Director of Galliford Try Building London and South East Commercial, commented: “It is fantastic news for our business to secure this project for CLS. In line with our Sustainable Growth Strategy, we are increasingly working with clients to help them achieve their sustainability objectives and look forward to working with them to create a high-quality, modern, sustainable workspace for the eventual end-users.”

Rachel Broughton, Head of Development at CLS commented: “We are very pleased to be working with Galliford Try on the construction of Vauxhall Walk, to bring to life our vision for well-designed tenant facilities and collaborative spaces, within an energy efficient building. Vauxhall Walk will be fantastic addition to our UK portfolio.”