SEGRO Parks Hayes and Tottenham Complete
We are proud to have been working with VolkerFizpatrick to help warehouse giant SEGRO ‘change the game for sustainable industrial development’ – with projects at Hayes and Tottenham having recently achieved practical completion.
The two large industrial sites mark our second and third schemes for VolkerFitzpatrick and our first for leading developer SEGRO plc. The cutting-edge environmentally friendly buildings targeted BREEAM Excellent and Outstanding ratings respectively, with SEGRO Park Tottenham (pictured below) also designed to be carbon neutral and London’s greenest urban logistics development.
The two schemes represent over 400,000 sq ft of commercial, retail and industrial space (including Grade ‘A’ industrial units) and were carried out on a fast-track basis. We were delighted to deliver these sustainability-conscious schemes, with a combined electrical contract value of over £3.0 million, to a very high standard.
As part of the sites’ fantastic environmental credentials, electrical services included the installation of solar PV systems, electric vehicle charging points and LED lighting as well as incoming mains services, distribution, small power, and life safety systems.
Morecrofts’ continued expansion in the large industrial sector has seen us also recently awarded other electrical services contracts – a 630,000 square foot industrial facility in Rotherham, South Yorkshire as well as a number of industrial units at Power Park in Nottingham, both of which are currently under construction.
MD, Jared Mitchell commented; “The sector continues to be buoyant with numerous schemes currently in the estimating department alongside ongoing works in the commercial, food, education and accommodation sectors. Fortunately, this is in contrast to current media forecasts of a reduced demand and recession. With a growing workload secured for 2023, new constructions and contracts continuing to emerge, and further bids in the pipeline, we’re positive about the opportunities the year ahead holds.”