RED Construction takes on €23.4m London office refurbishment (GB)

RED Construction Group to refurbish €23.4m office space in London (GB)

RED Construction Group has announced its appointment by Aviva Investors to carry out a major €23.4m office refurbishment to Grade II listed Victorian building, 134 – 146 Curtain House, Shoreditch.


Originally built between 1881 and 1887, the six-storey, 4,830m2 building previously housed furniture and clothing manufacturing and is set to undergo extensive refurbishment and structural alterations to the existing office into Cat A and B workspace. RED Construction’s London team will work on implementing new structural walkways, rooftop terraces, a new main entrance, a reception area and new lifts.


Designed by architects, Anomaly, Curtain House will be refurbished with a key focus on sustainable practices, aiming for BREEAM Excellent and an EPC A rating. Set to be completed in Q3 2025, the project will see the RED team undertake considered external masonry and window restoration, a refurbishment of the existing timber floors, and repair of internal brickwork and steel columns. The works are set to complement the rich history associated with the building, whilst transforming the office facilities for the modern-day tenant.


Dave Osborne, Group Director at RED Construction London, commented: “Our appointment to work on such a historic building in the capital is a testament to RED Construction London’s extensive track record with considered refurbishment. The team’s experience working with heritage-rich sites and implementing new-age sustainable practices make RED the ideal partner for Aviva Investors’ plans to preserve and progress Curtain House.”


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