Marylebone House

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Client: Beltane Asset Management

Value: £27,090,000

Contract: Design and Build

Project Manager: Paragon Project Management

Architect: Fletcher Priest Architects

Quantity Surveyor: Leslie Clark

Structural Engineer: Heyne Tillett Steel

M&E Consultant: MZA Consulting Engineers

Marylebone House is a well-known building in the heart of London’s West End, steeped in history, and an important landmark in the area. The building has gone through many renovations, upgrades and extensions, and its new owners Beltane Asset Management are seeking to bring the building back to the market as a contemporary office once again.

This project comprises the total renovation and extension of the 1960’s rear extension, a new sustainably constructed mews building, and the sensitive renovation of the original 1930’s office building that fronts onto Marylebone Road.

The works include demolition, structural alterations to retained parts, reconstruction and extension, new mews building with glulam and CLT structure, new façade with large pre-cast elements as well as handset brickwork, new services and high quality finishes throughout.

The building is located in a busy and sensitive part of the London and careful logistical planning is essential to the success of the project.