The Royal Liver Building is an iconic Grade I listed office, constructed in the early 1900’s as the head offices of the Royal Liver Friendly society. The building forms part of Liverpool’s UNESCO designated World Heritage Maritime Mercantile City and is one of the most recognisable buildings in the North West of England and possibly the world!
Our initial involvement followed the acquisition of the site by Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) in 2011, providing a full review of the landlord’s M&E services. We then designed the refurbishment of the landlord’s systems on several floors, which carefully balanced the constraints of the building’s Grade I status with the need for systems to service modern commercial users. We subsequently designed a number of tenant fit outs, including one for The Bank of New York Mellon / Pershing Securities, where we also provided LEED assessments with their fit out achieving a LEED-CI rating of ‘Gold’.