System Five is proud to have been selected by FES Group to work on the 163, 183 & 203 Eversholt Street project, a triumvirate of Grade II listed buildings, formerly home to the Euston Station ticket hall and the Railway Clearing House located in the heart of the “Knowledge Quarter” near to Euston station.
The project team includes fit-out specialists and principal contractor Ambit who say that Eversholt is “set to become a hub of sustainable workspaces” and architects Anomaly, working on behalf of end client Brunswick Property Partners as part of their AKOYA venture.
System Five’s role is to modify two control panels to cater for the removal of gas boilers and associated systems and the introduction of Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHPs), in their place. The control panels will require extensive modification to allow this and will also include some upgrade works as the panels themselves are quite old. The change of heat source to ASHP will greatly increase the client’s sustainability credentials by reducing their carbon footprint and significantly reducing operating costs.
The building has been rebranded as The Eversholt, giving it a new identity, with wellness and sustainability at its heart. Featuring double height ceilings throughout, its office units vary in scale and size to cater for many tenant requirements, as well as the provision of new cycle stores and end-of-journey facilities in the basement.