The Paragon - Bristol

The Paragon development is a prestigious new headquarters building totalling 76,000ft², in Victoria Street, Bristol with typical floor plates of 14,000ft². The high quality city centre office building is finished to a grade A standard over ground and five upper floors. Design and specification is to a high level of sustainability and is reflected in the current BREAM excellent rating.

Auxilium provided a full turnkey consultancy package for our client Crown House Technologies. This included a full architectural 3D model of the building structure to form the basis of the mechanical, electrical and public health design.

The systems included intelligent lighting, flexible power, fan coil air conditioning, underfloor heating, ventilation, public health services, open protocol BMS, CCTV, access control, fire alarm, car park ventilation, HV power & utilities.

Upon completion of our design we produced fully coordinated 3D models of the building services which we then developed into fully dimensioned working drawings.  Auxilium also produced fabrication drawings on behalf of our clients’ ductwork subcontractor.  This process produced significant savings in time and greater levels of cost certainty.  Trades were able to work independently due to the coordination information provided to them

Project Summary
M&E Services Value: £2.6m
Sector: Office Accommodation
Services Provided: M&E Design & 3D Coordination
Client: Crown House Technologies
Main Contractor: Leadbitter Group

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