No. 1 Tithebarn, Liverpool - A PME Projects Case Study

No1 Tithebarn occupies a prime location at the junction of Old Hall Street and Tithebarn Street in the heart of the city's Central Business District. Immediately to the North is the new St Paul's Square development whilst to the South lies the new Liverpool One scheme which has transformed the city into one of Europe's premier shopping destinations incorporating 160 new shops, cafes, restaurants plus 300 apartments, 2 new hotels and a 14 multi-screen cinema.

The stunning new double-height glazed entrance at No1 Tithebarn provides access to an impressive reception with a new lift for disabled access and a feature staircase to the upgraded lift landing areas. The glazed entrance facade has been extended to include the upper ground and first floor levels, not only enhancing the dramatic external appearance of the building but allowing greatly improved natural light to the newly refurbished reception.  

Among the suppliers was PME Projects, who were responsible for the:

  • New Lighting scheme to the reception area
  • New services to the new reception area & new desk position including Power ,Data , Fire & Security services

Based in the North West, NICEIC and ECA accredited electrical contractor and with over 30 years' experience and knowledge of working on projects ranging from office refurbishments, Hospital and Healthcare facilities, through to electrical installations and data networking solutions in schools and public buildings, PME Projects were perfect for the £16k project in Liverpool.

Commenting on the project, Lee Bromley, Director at PME Projects said

"The project was carried out with continued access required through the reception area during refurbishment. The planning side of the project was key to minimalizing the disruption to the building occupiers. The refurbishment was carried out over three phases within a short programme period. The management of the works by Claremont enabled PME to achieve completion of our works in line with the programme dates." 

Tithebarn reception