Case Study

TechnipFMC Umbilicals Newcastle Office Development

Walker, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Project Specifications

Design and build of a new office and administration development for TechnipFMC Umbilicals. Existing buildings were demolished and the site was remediated to prepare for the construction of a 25,000 ft2 office block, in close proximity to the company’s subsea umbilical manufacturing plant.

The facility includes two-storey office accommodation with a bright lobby and reception area, open plan offices, toilet and shower facilities, formal and informal meeting and conference rooms, and dedicated kitchen and dining areas, with break point areas throughout the building. External works included new access and egress, landscaping, hard standings, 179 car parking spaces, cycle storage and boundary treatments.

About Us

We are an established, innovative and driven organisation, working in partnership with employees, suppliers, local government and customers alike and we will stop at nothing to deliver the best solutions and expertise possible. Local teamwork, with global results.

The Company has strategically invested and developed local infrastructure which has directly attracted the Oil and Gas sector, Marine, Renewable Energy providers and Construction Industries to the Region & beyond. All supported and communicated through our many corporate values based on responsible regeneration and partnership working.

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