As part of Slough’s £450 million town centre regeneration, Brunel Place is a key part and will deliver three striking new buildings, designed by the award winning architects Sheppard Robson.
Brunel Place delivers a flagship commercial quarter to Slough's town centre regeneration. The development transforms the 2.5-acre site adjacent to the train station, which will welcome the Elizabeth Line in 2019, the bus station (which fans of the BBC2 comedy The Office may remember from the opening credits!) and the recently rejuvenated high street.
2 Brunel Place is the first element of the development. The building will provide 15,800m2 of high-quality office accommodation, on eight floors, double-height entrance foyer, retail units at ground level and basement car parking. The main façade along the Bath Road is predominantly glazed, opening up views towards Windsor Great Park. The building is targeting an ‘Excellent’ BREEAM rating.
Faithful+Gould has been appointed to provide full Quantity Surveying, Employer’s Agent and Principal Designer services.