Pfizer previously occupied the Watermarque building as a Cat A fitout over 5 large floor plates with a gym and changing room in the basement. As Pfizer’s staff level grew the occupancy density increased to the point where the build was not comfortable to be in for prolonged periods of time. Paragon Mechanical provided a D&B service in conjunction with Unispace to modify existing services throughout the building to provide a much more comfortable working environment. Primary air, secondary air and return air paths were all substantially modified and reconfigured. The result was a much-improved HVAC system which greatly increased the comfort levels for the building’s occupants.
Main Contractor: Unispace
Design Consultant: Paragon Mechanical In-House
The Mechanical scope of works consisted of the following:
- The Mechanical scope of works consisted of the following:
- Relocating Grilles and modifying secondary ductwork to suit new office layouts,
- Modifying water services & soils systems to suit new kitchen locations,
- Supplying and installing new ventilation system & modifying water services & soils systems to suit the new lower and upper basement changing rooms.