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Offices at Exchange Quay are being refurbished alongside a decarbonisation programme taking place. Credit: Space PR

Upgrade planned for 130,000 sq ft at Exchange Quay

Austin Brody Associates has been appointed to work alongside Mitsubishi Electric on a decarbonisation programme at the Till AM managed Salford complex.

A wide programme of work will see space upgraded to secure an EPC rating of B, along with a series of office refurbishments, and the creation of plug and play space.

Austin Brody will have a focus on the 116,000 sq ft Building 8, accounting for the bulk of the 130,000 sq ft space to be decarbonised. By the end of June, gas will have been replaced with air source heat pumps.

As part of refurbishment work, suites offering 1,000 sq ft upwards will be developed to add to the flex space at the Serendipity Labs and more traditional office rooms. Up to 20,000 sq ft will be available across various buildings at the campus.

Occupiers will now be given options with additional lease terms, flex space, and fully furnished accommodation, from two-people offices upwards.

Les Lang, director, Till AM said: “As we look at ways of decarbonising our buildings on the road to net zero, we are continually investing into the campus to remain at the forefront of sustainability, as well as meeting the evolving needs of our occupiers.

“This latest initiative accelerates the ESG agenda at Exchange Quay and our commitment to reducing our carbon footprint. Additionally, the new fully furnished space ensures that our offering is fully inclusive and businesses of all shapes and sizes can benefit from the superb environment.”

Dan Margolis, associate director at Colliers, agent for Exchange Quay, said: “As occupier demand for design-led, plug and play office space continues to increase, it is great to see that our client, Till AM, is investing in delivering plug and play suites, which will complement the flex space at Serendipity Labs, together with the traditional CAT A space.”

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