TClarke’s first major M&E project in North West is onsite
9/11/2020: TClarke’s strategic expansion has targeted growth in the North West – particularly Liverpool and Manchester. Now our team is onsite with the £3.5m building services package for the Royal College of Physicians’ new Northern HQ in Liverpool city centre. Group CEO Mark Lawrence reports.
It is a matter of great pride for me to see our teams working at the Royal College of Physicians new £35m HQ in the heart of Liverpool city centre. The Spine building is the flagship building within the Knowledge quarter of the £1bn Paddington Village development project. The 30-acre site is being developed by Liverpool City Council in three stages, and is currently in its first phase known as Paddington Central.
We have been appointed by Overbury to complete the fit out works over 6 floors. We are responsible for the installation of the hot & cold water, ventilation, sprinklers, heating and chilled water, BMS controls, LV electrical supplies, Fire alarm, CCTV and data services specific to the RCP sections of the building.
So here in a singe project, several strands of our business strategy are made real. Firstly a deepening of our partnership with a major client regionally – Overbury; secondly, a major project in which we get the chance to showcase the TClarke brand in a new region for our M&E offering; thirdly a demonstration of our ability to deliver the full range of building services – mechanical, electrical and technology.
TClarke is a strong, agile organisation, capable of entering highly competitive new markets, targeting projects that suit our skills and commercial requirements – and winning. Construction is challenging and every project demands absolute commitment and focus, but our teams are the best in the industry. Our people are highly capable and highly motivated and they deliver quality. Everyone in our business extends congratulations to our North West teams and we look forward to working hard here and building our reputation, as we deliver this excellent project.