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Martins Bank, Liverpool


Client: Colliers 

Project Value: £30m

Martins Bank Building project consists of the redevelopment of the 1930’s Grade II listed historic banking Head Quarters on Water Street, Liverpool.


The works comprise the regeneration of the building which has been derelict for 15 years. To provide 140,000sqft of community focused spaces, food and beverage offering and CAT A office space.


The project incorporates a removal of fossil fed heating and hot water generation with new sustainable measures to meet the Client’s ESG requirements including new Nabers UK Accreditation.


As part of the design, complete new mechanical and electrical services have been proposed throughout to service new below ground commercial kitchen within the existing banking vaults as well as shared workspace for hybrid and entrepreneurial start up developments within the City.

The scheme has been endorsed by the City Council to rejuvenate the area for bringing workers back to the building that was sat empty for 15 years.


A natural ventilation strategy has been developed with new VRV heating and cooling and CO2 heat pump lead hot water generation to deliver a proposed EPC Rating of B for the building.


The challenge for the MEP services to fit into and around the Grade II listed building to enhance and improve the building’s usability has made this a rewarding project to be a part of.

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