For an industry that was once seen as slow to adopt new innovations and technologies, at Pexhurst we are not afraid to adjust and improve our day-to-day processes ensuring our services remain efficient and dependable.
“Innovation was key to this industrial project. In preference to demolishing the structure, we raised the clear height of the unit by c. 2.5m to increase its appeal. I was pleased that we were able to reuse as much of the original building as possible and in the process achieve a BREEAM rating of Very Good.” – Senior Analyst at CBRE Investment Management
Latest News: Pro-Innovation
Life Sciences and Research Parks: In Conversation with Jonathan Wright, Partner at Bidwells
The UK has recently witnessed record levels of investment and funding in the science and technology sector which, as a result, has generated an increased demand for life science labs, innovation centres and research parks. In this insightful Q&A session,… Read more »Read more
How the Digital Revolution has transformed Construction Industry Finance
By Penny Dew, Finance Director at Pexhurst The construction industry is a key pillar of our economy, but its day-to-day financial management has not always been a smooth process. Behind the scenes, the industry has historically grappled with issues such… Read more »Read more
Pexhurst partners with Bloom for innovative ultra-urban logistics refurbishment in Fulham
Pexhurst is delighted to be collaborating with ultra-urban industrial investor and developer Bloom, and Contract Administrators Hollis, on a sustainable BREEAM Target ‘Very Good’ project in Fulham. This marks Bloom’s sixth instalment in their £250 million ultra-urban warehouse joint venture… Read more »Read more
Strengthening internal and external relationships which form the basis of our success is vital, with transparent and honest communication being a key component. Having a Pro-Innovation culture not only inspires the team around us and increases productivity, but also helps to tackle uncertainties, ensuring we continue to thrive in the industry’s evolving needs and requirements. Whether that be by introducing modern technologies for stronger automation or developing our own bespoke platforms to provide the flexibility to manage change and establish a balanced business structure that supports new and existing ways of working.
Prince Edward Hall – University of Hertfordshire
The project involved the creation of a multi-use learning space for incoming students at the University of Hertfordshire. The Prince Edward Hall was designed to facilitate informal learning by individuals and groups in a stimulating and co-working friendly environment, the University commissioned Pexhurst to modernise this outdated space and implement new features for use by students and staff.
Unit A Woolborough Lane, Crawley – CBRE IM
Pexhurst were appointed to carry out refurbishment works to this 47,534 sq. ft warehouse in Woolborough Lane, Crawley.
The main aim of the project was to raise the clear height in the warehouse to increase its appeal to a wider range of tenants. This was to be achieved by reusing as much of the original building as possible to make this a more sustainable refurbishment which tied in with the goal of achieving a BREEAM very good rating.