Baskerville House

Project Name

Baskerville House

Category

Public Sector

About This Project

Prestigious Project at Baskerville House in Birmingham.

  • 2254 Brand Rex 10GPlus Outlets

  • 840 Brand Rex 10GPlus Cabinet to Cabinet Links

  • 170 OM3 Fibre Cores

  • 6 Prism FI Big O Racks

  • 6 Prism FI Server Racks

  • 6 Prism FI Co-Location Racks

  • In-Rack UPS Systems

  • Comms Room CCTV System

  • Wireless Planning & Deployment

  • Mounting of 22″ Monitors to 300+ Desks

  • Patching of VoIP Phones incl. configuration

  • Patching of Network

The project was delivered in 12 weeks, which was a great achievement by our installation team.

The client has taken floors 1, 2 and 4 providing 83,400 sq. ft. of office space.

Baskerville House was built in 1938 on the site originally occupied by John Baskerville’s home. The building formed part of Birmingham City Council’s offices until they moved out in 1988. Since then the building has undergone a number or refurbishments and transformations, including the addition of two new floors. The current landlord has recently completed another refurbishment of the building, which will bring the office space up to BREEAM very good standards.

The new floor layouts will benefit from excellent design allowing for the installation of robust and simple to use Wired IT Data Networks, Wi-Fi, Telephony, Printing Devices, Digital Signage and Audio Visual installations. Formal and informal meeting spaces will be formed to satisfy the needs of the building occupants to allow them to work in a collaborative way. There will also be a robust and intuitive room booking system to enable more efficient and intelligent use of all the meeting rooms.