IFSD Offices Glasgow

Metro Commercial was instructed to produce an EPC for a 9,000 sq m prime multi-let office building in Glasgow International Financial Services District (IFSD).

Grade A offices GlasgowEPC Glasgow officesEnergy Performance Certificates ScotlandIn order to produce the EPC, Metro Commercial carried out an extensive building survey to gain information regarding construction and building services information. Computer modelling of the building was carried out using specialist 3D CAD software to ensure accuracy of the building. In addition to the grading of the building, recommendations were made that when implemented would lead to the rating being improved on, energy consumption reduced and operational cost savings made.

Heritage Office Building

A rebuilt and refurbished attractive Grade-A multi-level office building behind a classic Alexander 'Greek' Thomson facade. The original facade is dated 1861 and the building was effectively rebuilt in 1992 and most recently modernised and refurbished in 2011.
Glasgow office EPCCAD 3D modelling for energy efficiencyAttractive Glasgow officesThese city centre offices provide 4,653 sq m of high quality space over six floors with average floor plates of 760 sq m. A recent high quality fit out with attractive lightwell, air conditioning, modern finishes, basement level car parking. The building acheived a good EPC rating providing cost efficient occupancy for tenants.

Headquarter office building

Office property EPCEnergy efficiency modellingEPC Scotland office propertyAn 'L' shaped new build office building providing an office HQ and attractive office accommodation within Lanarkshire. As with all the EPCs we produce a 3D computer model of the building was created following an extensive building survey carried out for energy assessment purposes. This model shows the accuracy of the building and provides some comfort to clients that the EPC is the one provided for their building as opposed to other EPC software being used in the market.

The building acheived a good EPC rating as specific technical information regarding the building was available from the client to enable many of the SBEM defaults to be over-ridden. Suggestions were made to improve the energy efficiency further including use of renewables.

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