75 Bermondsey Street
11,500 sq ft
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75 Bermondsey Street

Maris Expertise
Maris has designed and fitted-out a new office space of 11,500 sq ft across ground to third floor for The Lexis Recommendation Agency.

TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS

WC / Bathroom Facilities
Unisex: 3 no. WCs; 3 no. wash hand basins; Female: 4 no. WCs; 4 no. wash hand basins; Male: 4 no. WCs; 4 no. wash hand basins;
DDA WC: 4 no.; 4 no. wash hand basins

Showers
DDA Shower to ground

Cycle Provisions
TBC

Car Parking Provisions
No

Raised Floors
No raised floor. Solid concrete floors with timber flooring layed on top

Ceilings
White plasterboard ceilings

Floor To Ceiling Height
2.6m to 3.0m

Walls
White painted core walls

Doors, Frames & Skirtings
Full height white painted timber doors and white painted frames; 100mm white painted timber skirting

Lifts
1 no. passenger lifts

Security Access
Control system can be installed to entrance doors

EXISTING BUILDING SERVICES INFRASTRUCTURE – MECHANICAL

Air Conditioning
System VRV / VFV heating and cooling system r – Age 2013

Cooling Capacity For Small Power
25 Watts / m2

Cooling Capacity For Lighting
12 Watts / m2 -

Ventilation / Fresh Air Availability
TBC – limited – via openable windows

Perimeter Grilles
To bulkheads

Potential Routes To & Locations Of Condensers
Limited plant space is available on the roof for a small condenser

Sprinkler
Not sprinklered

BMS
TBC

EXISTING BUILDING SERVICES INFRASTRUCTURE – ELECTRICAL

Mains Distribution
1 No. LV supply terminates into a 400 amp TP&N service head located within the intake cupboard on the ground floor. The existing total available
supply capacity is 100kVA. 14 way (6 way lighting and 8 way power) TP&N Distribution board serving each floor

Generator
Back-up Not currently available

Fire Alarm
L1 / L2 fire detection system

Small Power Office equipment
25W / m2

Lighting Design Criteria Lighting
12W / m2

Lighting Systems
Linear light fittings suspended from the soffit of the slab providing 400 – 450 lux at working level

Lighting Switching & Controls
PIR switching

EXISTING BUILDING SERVICES INFRASTRUCTURE – COMMUNICATIONS

Design Criteria
A limiting factor of occupation is a Statutory Regulation that limits the potential headcount in a property.
Detailed appraisal of the limiting factors of occupation will assist you in identifying your occupancy levels and potentially how these may be increased.

Fresh Air
The statutory minimum rate for the supply of air to offices is 10 litres per second (10 l/s) per person. Within this property, there are limited openable windows providing the only source of fresh air. Based on the number of occupants on the proposed layouts, there is an under provision of fresh air into the property. Fresh air ventilation levels are considered a ‘limiting factor of occupation’. In order to calculate what the limiting factor of occupation for fresh air ventilation levels should be, the following calculation can be applied:
1068 m2 (11,500 sq ft) / 10 (1 person per 10m2) = 106 persons
106 persons x 10 l/s (fresh air coming into the property) = 1,060 l/s total
1,060l/s (total) / 10 l/s (statutory minimum) = 106 persons

Address


Size
11,500 sq ft
Landlord
Hermes Real Estate Investment Management Ltd
Year
Built: 2000, Renov: 2013
Letting Agents
Edward Symmons LLP
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