Workspace   234 Bath Road

234 Bath Road, designed by Flanagan Lawrence for SEGRO, creates a dynamic new
gateway building to their Slough Trading Estate. The scheme is a three-storey office building located at the corner of Bath and Leigh Roads.

The Western of the building portion re-uses the basement and pre tensioned concrete structural frame of the original building office building on the site. The floor plate has been extended out to the new façade line and extended 40m towards the new Eastern entrance. The 15.8m wide office floors are punctured with two full-height atria creating attractive, energy-efficient, day-lit office space.

The accommodation is wrapped in a light-weight cladding comprising a series of elegant full- height structural frames defined by tapered fins, plinths and parapets. The main entrance features an impressive 15m-high entry colonnade with a glazed reception area, creating a strong visual link to the surrounding urban context and optimising the building’s prominent corner location.

Central to the design is a language of details and materials that, while maintaining a robustness, civic scale and impact, delivers a building which is clean, crisp and light.

Client    SEGRO
Location    Slough, UK
Status    Completed June 2016

Cost    £15 Million
Area    6,545 sqm
Structural Engineer    Capita Symonds
Cost Consultant    McBains Cooper
Contractor    Wates
CDM Coordinator    BCAL Consulting
Planning Consultant    Barton Willmore
Service Consultant    Kier
Building Services Consultant     Hoare Lea
Fire Consultant    Fire Surgery
Landscape Architect    Anthony Stiff Associates
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