This project involved the demolition of an existing building occupying the site, followed by remediation of the site of an existing petrol station site, and combining the two to form the footprint for Ardent House.

The building comprises a steel frame with composite concrete decks, a clad exterior, single-ply roof membrane and car parking underground. We also constructed a pend area over a live road and carried out external landscaping. 

Internally, we fitted out the generous communal areas, including secure entrance access control barriers.

“The project had its challenges; however, completing on time with all the necessary consents - and to a quality that has matched the expectations of our ourselves, the fund and tenants - is commendable. It is a pleasure to pitch up at project completion and inspect a building that is truly ready.”

Francis Barkey, Miller Cromdale Project Director

Ardent House

Project team

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