We’re delighted to announce that our refurbishment works at Fusion Point One in Cardiff have been recognised, with Paramount shortlisted within the finals of the Wales Property Awards 2021.

The redevelopment of the 65,000 sqft four-storey Fusion Point One office building was completed by Paramount on behalf of Fidelity UK Real Estate, with SEAM Architects, Paragon Building Consultancy, Morgan Structural and Evora Edge.

As workplaces positively shift towards creating a healthy and sustainable environment for workers, there is a truly unique sustainability theme throughout the contemporary design at Fusion Point One. Extensive bicycle facilities and a new shower block have been incorporated to support a green travel policy that helps cut fuel emissions and costs, as well as multiple electric vehicle charging points.

The internal transformative works include an impressive double height atrium and reception area, along with bespoke break out areas. Our team also completed an extensive package of works to the outside of the building including a bespoke cladding system, landscaped rear courtyard and updated car parks.

There is a high demand for sustainable office space in Cardiff, and Fusion Point One is a standout building. I am extremely proud that the refurbishment works completed by our team on this project have been recognised within the Wales Property Awards. For what has been a challenging year for the commercial property market, we look forward to celebrating with our industry colleagues at the ceremony later in the year.

— Richard Jones, Managing Director, Paramount

The Wales Insider Awards celebrate the achievements of property and construction companies, deals, developments, advisory firms and individuals across Wales. The award shortlists were chosen by a panel of independent judges.

The ceremony for the awards will take place at Cardiff City Hall on the 15th September.

 

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