The scheme achieved a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating (74 %), EPC of A (11) and a 40 % reduction on internal water consumption compared to Building Regulations.
MEP, Energy & Sustainability
Scottish Power House is the new headquarters for Scottish Power. The office development is a new build 14 storey 220,000 sqft headquarters located in Glasgow city centre, designed to house 1,900 staff. The scheme has been built on previously developed land which was home to the former Strathclyde Regional Council.
The design consists of a Cat A & B office fit out, data centre, lecture theatre, full kitchen/restaurant catering facilities and a penthouse executive floor. TÜV SÜD Real Estate provided the MEP, Energy and Sustainability services.
The building is designed with wellbeing of the users at its centre and it offers a varied provision of catering, a gym, a health centre and well situated breakout areas at upper floor levels. The office plates are 15m wide with no internal columns and no intrusive vertical service risers or cores and thus offering maximum potential for space planning and future flexibility. Offsite modular construction techniques where utilised within the cladding and services elements to reduce the overall construction programme.