Herman Miller Case Study

Client/Project:Herman Miller
Sector:Galleries & Showrooms
Services:Project Management & Cost Management
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Project Brief:

Millbridge provided project management and cost management advice to Herman Miller for their remodeled showroom in Kingsway, London.

Designed by Herman Miller and Found Associates, the variety and versatility of the total Herman Miller offering to customers has come together in a single location.

The floorplan of the London showroom has been designed to inspire and demonstrate problem-solving designs for the home and the workplace.

Roca London Case Study

Client/Project:Roca London
Sector:Galleries & Showrooms
Services:Quantity Surveying
Project Brief:

To provide quantity surveying & contract support to Roca London, working alongside Zaha Hadid Architects and construction managers Empty, on their London gallery, located on near Chelsea Harbour. More than just a display space, the gallery was designed as a London hub for hosting a range of activities such as exhibitions and seminars, and celebrates design in keeping with Roca’s brand values.

White Cube Case Study

Client/Project:White Cube
Sector:Galleries & Showrooms
Services:Project Managment, Quantity Surveying, Building Surveying, Dispute Resolution
Project Brief:

We were instructed to manage the conversion of a 50,000ft² redundant warehouse in Bermondsey Street, a conservation area in London, into the largest private modern art gallery in Europe. Managing the project from inception to completion, we provided quantity surveying, building surveying and dispute resolution services to our client, successfully completing the project on schedule and winning the RIBA National Award 2012 and a commendation at the AIA UK 2012 Excellence in Design Awards.

Jay Jopling from White Cube stated: “We are absolutely delighted following the opening of our new gallery in Bermondsey Street and wish to thank our project managers Millbridge Group. Without their ‘can do’ approach to delivery and total belief in our project, and its objectives, we would not have overcome the many obstacles thrown at us and successfully opened on time.”