Dyson 9

Malmesbury

A new build two storey research and development facility

Engineering Services

Dyson 9

Engineering Services

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The brief

Briggs & Forrester successfully delivered the Dyson 9 new build research and development facility which features a two-storey building creating space for a café with a seating capacity of 300, a meeting room suite, an energy centre and technology campus with a multi-sports facility which includes a sports pitch, showers, changing facilities and an area for bicycle parking, a new car park with space for 600 vehicles and is heavily landscaped and planted in order to screen the building from the local environment.

The Dyson D9 research and development facility is a highly secure research lab allowing Dyson engineers to work confidentially on technologies many years from launch. The windows have reflective glass and all staff are required to provide biometric scan to enter the building.

Project summary...

Service value

£11m

Contract period

12 months

Consultant

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services

Client

ISG

Architect

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What we did for this project...

We have a fully integrated design and build capability across the group, including 3D coordination and Building Information Modelling. By developing the design and being fully involved in the early stages of a project, we can provide timely design solutions and verification.

The group provides a range of specialist skills encompassing engineering, design, installation, and maintenance. The combined experience, knowledge and expertise of all five divisions enables the group to develop and implement fully-integrated solutions for some of the most complex and demanding mechanical, electrical and public health engineering installations.

We guarantee a smooth handover transition with the project team remaining the main point of contact, the development of commissioning and training plan and regular visits from our team in the months after practical completion.

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