Riverside Chambers

More contracts for Morecrofts

Bondholder Morecrofts, Derby’s largest independent electrical engineering contractor has secured two high quality commercial schemes in the South East of the Country.

Electrical services at a 28,000 square foot office facility for Peri UK in Essex has been secured from B&K Building Services a division of fellow Bondholder Bowmer & Kirkland Group and Morecrofts have also just been appointed on a 68,000 square foot 3 storey office building on Foundation Park in Maidenhead by Volker Fitzpatrick.

Morecrofts who are based on Prime Enterprise Park in Derby operate Nationally with works predominately being carried out in the Midlands & South East of the country. The company was established in 2004 and is owned by local men Jared Mitchell & Nick Morecroft.

More local to home Morecrofts were responsible for all electrical works at Derby’s iHub the flagship building on Infinity Park as well as Sadler Bridge Studios and the Riverside Chambers in Derby City Centre. The company is also currently working on the large refurbishment and new build project at Bemrose School in Derby.

Other prestigious Regional projects include the “Advanced Manufacturing Building” at the University of Nottingham and the “Heart of the Campus” building at Nottingham Trent University.

Managing Director, Jared Mitchell commented that “we had a record turnover last year with some amazing projects completed regionally as well as Nationally and whilst things are certainly tougher this year its great to secure such high quality schemes from fantastic construction companies like B&KBS and also Volker’s, we have some further great opportunities in London and the Home Counties as well as a number of schemes closer to home and hope we can continue to grow and develop the business over the next few years”

Riverside Chambers on the Box

RIverside Chambers, part of Bondholder Connect Derby's portfolio of serviced offices, is set to appear on Channel 4's Great British Buildings: Restoration of the Year, tonight.

Hosted by Kevin McCloud and Dr Anna Keay, the show showcases the most incredible restorations of historic buildings. From palaces to watermills, department stores to music halls, they unfold nine centuries of our history told through treasured places that have been brought back from the brink.

Riverside Chambers, is a grade II-Listed neo-Georgian building, dating back to the 1930s. Bondholders Derby City Council and Maber helped transform the former Magistrates Court, into serviced offices.

David Ward, Planning Director at Wilson Bowden, who were also involved in the project, said: "Wilson Bowden are delighted that it’s work on the Former Magistrates Court (Riverside Chambers) is being recognised on Channel 4’s Great British Buildings: Restoration of the Year
 
“This was a challenging project and required careful handling of the buildings fabrics, restoring it to its former glory whilst at the same time delivering a 21st Century working environment.
 
“It also required collaborative working with a number of parties, including Derby City Council with its local studies library, as well as the quality workmanship of our contractors Cleggs, and vision of Maber architects."