Case Study

Autolus: Bespoke Laboratory and Office Fit-Out

This project is one of a series that Brennan Limited have delivered to Imperial College London for end user Autolus at Forest House, Depot Road, White City, London, W12 7RP

Autolus are a leading biotechnology company focussed on the development and commercialisation of engineered T-cell therapies for haematological and solid tumours in which life-threatening diseases are treated by a patient’s own cells.

The project consists of alterations to the existing ground and first floor and the delivery of a bespoke fit-out. The newly configured building will provide them with the necessary facilities to conduct their research programmes. Works include:

  • Lining to existing external walls and secondary double glazing to increase thermal insulation values on the ground floor.
  • Construction of new spaces on the first floor to create laboratory areas including the facilitation of specialist furniture.
  • Construction of new partitioning on the ground floor to create:
    • four meeting rooms
    • eight office rooms
    • an open plan office area
    • video conference room
    • tea point
  • The entire ground floor area will encompass a new suspended ceiling.
  • Installation of a carbon dioxide manifold to deliver the gas to the 1st floor laboratories has been included in the project

 

Our project also includes additional mechanical & electrical installation, decorative finishes and a full laboratory fit-out to the first floor (north) by a specialist contractor.

The ability to hand over a snag-free space is essential in the delivery of these laboratories Once operational, it is not possible to re-enter the space and interrupt research to conduct any remedial work.

Autolus: Bespoke Laboratory and Office Fit-Out

This project is one of a series that Brennan Limited have delivered to Imperial College London for end user Autolus at Forest House, Depot Road, White City, London, W12 7RP

Autolus are a leading biotechnology company focussed on the development and commercialisation of engineered T-cell therapies for haematological and solid tumours in which life-threatening diseases are treated by a patient’s own cells.

The project consists of alterations to the existing ground and first floor and the delivery of a bespoke fit-out. The newly configured building will provide them with the necessary facilities to conduct their research programmes. Works include:

  • Lining to existing external walls and secondary double glazing to increase thermal insulation values on the ground floor.
  • Construction of new spaces on the first floor to create laboratory areas including the facilitation of specialist furniture.
  • Construction of new partitioning on the ground floor to create:
    • four meeting rooms
    • eight office rooms
    • an open plan office area
    • video conference room
    • tea point
  • The entire ground floor area will encompass a new suspended ceiling.
  • Installation of a carbon dioxide manifold to deliver the gas to the 1st floor laboratories has been included in the project

 

Our project also includes additional mechanical & electrical installation, decorative finishes and a full laboratory fit-out to the first floor (north) by a specialist contractor.

The ability to hand over a snag-free space is essential in the delivery of these laboratories Once operational, it is not possible to re-enter the space and interrupt research to conduct any remedial work.