Glider supports Mace in digital handover of Fleet Street project

Image of the courtyard of 133 Fleet Street, being fitted out by Mace with Glider as O&M handover consultant
How the courtyard of 133 Fleet Street will look (Image courtesy of Mace)

Glider Technology is collaborating with Mace on the operations and maintenance (O&M) handover information for the £120m refurbishment project at Peterborough Court on Fleet Street in London.

Peterborough Court is an office development scheme at 133 Fleet Street, the former European headquarters of Goldman Sachs. Construction is already underway.

The development will create 292,000 sq ft of Grade A workspace and ground-floor retail across 11 floors. The property offers flexible floor plates, private terraces, and public open courtyard space.

The refurbishment aligns with the highest sustainability standards, health and wellness considerations, and incorporates dual-feed, 100% all-electric technology.

Glider previously worked with Mace as asset information management and handover consultant on the 40 Leadenhall Street office scheme in London’s City. It was on the shortlist for Digital Construction Project of the Year at the 2023 Digital Construction Awards.

The Peterborough Court development will also feature smart technology, meaning that digitally captured asset information during construction can be used by the landlord and tenants in the building’s operation.

Mace is leading the construction with support from JRA for architectural services, BDP for structures and lighting, Gardiner & Theobald for project management and cost consultancy services, and Gerald Eve as the planning adviser. CBRE and JLL are the joint leasing agents.

When Mace secured the contract at the end of 2022, it described the project as its biggest fit-out contract for a decade.

Glider strategic lead for asset management, Lucas Cusack, spoke about the information management challenge that the Leadenhall project presented on a recent Construction Management and BIMplus webinar. Watch the webinar.

Don’t miss out on BIM and digital construction news: sign up to receive the BIMplus newsletter.

Story for BIM+? Get in touch via email: [email protected]

Latest articles in News