Hewlett Packard Enterprise Offices
Austin-Smith:Lord have collaborated with American architectural firm Interior Architects (IA) on a major office conversion and fit-out of assembly and storage space at HPE’s Erskine Campus. The new office space provides a high density, high quality working environment for one of HPE new business groups which requires the full integration of ‘official sensitive’ their designated IT infrastructure.
The new office accommodates 450 desk spaces within a former warehouse shell and is subdivided in a number of work zones with a variety of centralised meeting spaces organised around a central island mezzanine. The project also includes dedicated ancillary spaces such as tea points, pantries, toilets and admin support zones.
A new ‘grab and go’ café with additional welfare spaces built within the Campus’s main Atrium thoroughfare was also included within the overall commission.
As IA concentrate exclusively on interior architecture, ASL supported them with statutory approvals, modifications to the building fabric and the design of the external 217 car park and landscape.
Image credit: SG Photography / Overbury
CLIENT: INTERIOR ARCHITECTS
SERVICE: ARCHITECTURE, LANDSCAPE
LANDSCAPE: AUSTIN-SMITH: LORD
COST CONSULTANT: BRUCE SHAW