Sunlight House, Manchester

Sunlight House, Manchester

Project Title
Sunlight House, Manchester

Sector
Commercial Offices, Listed Buildings

Value
Various

Client
Aberdeen Property Trust

Key Elements

Sunlight House is a Grade II listed building in Manchester City Centre. Built in the 1930s by architect Joseph Sunlight, the 14 storey building was the tallest in Manchester at the time. The building has undergone major refurbishment and now houses office space, retail units and a health club with swimming pool in the basement.

Crookes Walker were commissioned to produce detailed design for the refurbishment of the new reception area and 13th floor. The refurbishment was carried out in two phases whilst the building remained partially occupied.

The first phase of the works was the refurbishment of the 13th floor, including a new exposed comfort cooling system and LED lighting. The second phase included a major reconfiguration of the former Grapes Pub to create a new double height entrance and reception area.

Crookes Walker were further commissioned to carry out boiler replacements and several tenant fit out schemes.

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