William Canynge House is situated in the heart of Bristol’s commercial business district. Comprising a modern building with period style façade, in close proximity to Queen Square, Temple Quay and Temple Meads railway station. The premises offer two well-lit, modern, ground floor open plan offices which have recently undergone internal refurbishment – available either in part or as a whole suite. The offices provide new carpeting and redecoration throughout, VRF air conditioning and suspended ceilings with flat panel LED lighting. The premises also benefit from 16 designated car parking spaces.
William Canynge House
This Rengen Developments project in Old Market, Bristol comprises new build commercial on the ground floor with 10 no 1 and 2 bedroom apartments above, situated on the site of an existing 1960s Post Office building. Iesis Group is appointed as project managers and quantity surveyors, with the Iesis Special Structures providing structural engineering services.
Nautica & The Bath Sea Cadets
Bath Sea Cadets’ long-standing Victorian headquarters on St John’s Road on the banks of the River Avon needed major upgrade and renovation works to make it fit for purpose. Iesis helped bring this outdated building back to life and up to modern standards by creating a practical Cadets facility on the ground floor, as well as 18 new studio apartments for post graduates on the upper floors.
A four-storey block of student accommodation in Bath is on schedule to be built in time for the next academic year. We are working with Developer McLaren Property build 32 studio flats situated off Lower Bristol Road, which will be located next door to the 330-bed halls of residence named Twerton Mill.
A new student development offering a mix of three to six bed apartments, situated on Cumberland Street in the heart of the city centre close to Cabot Circus. Divided into four maritime themed blocks – Brigantine, Schooner, Clipper and Cutter House – these fully furnished study homes are finished to a high standard with spacious open plan living, double size bedrooms, some with ensuite shower rooms. Residents benefit from secure bike storage, the option of secured onsite parking as well as good access to university campuses.
Piccadilly Place provides smart and contemporary post graduate student accommodation in the centre of Bath. The 47-room development is located just off London Road, one of the main arterial routes into the city centre and has been built to a traditional design out of Bath stone so blends perfectly with its World Heritage Site surroundings.
1a Ambra Vale provides smart and contemporary student accommodation in the sought after BS8 area of central Bristol. Comprising five spacious three and four-bedroom apartments with a high quality finish, the scheme offers chic student living within a secure development, near to Clifton Village and the city’s famous floating harbour.
A luxury 25 studio student scheme on Longbrook Street situated in the heart of the town centre of Exeter where Iesis Group acted as Project Managers, Quantity Surveyors and Employer’s Agents as well as Civil & Structural Engineers.
Building on a long-standing relationship of some 20 joint projects, Iesis Group worked with Westend Investments in the centre of Bristol delivering a fast track office to student accommodation conversion project. The Crown House scheme took an existing office building, turning it into a series of student studios and cluster beds, whilst maintaining a commercial operation on the ground floor and basement.
Radway House, close to the centre of Bath, is a £2m regeneration project that took a disused site and turned it into energy efficient, self-catering student accommodation. The single block of five cluster flats for between four and six people, combines contemporary architecture with cutting edge interior design. Iesis’ innovative approach to delivery, involved offsite manufacturing which helped speed up the construction process as well as minimising disruption.
The Jacob’s Brewery project comprised the refurbishment of an existing building, demolition of an in-set warehouse and construction of new build student accommodation. This scheme is constrained on all sides by legacy structures making sequencing extremely challenging and requiring detailed SE assessment.
1-4 Canal Bridge
A fine example of modern, new-build student accommodation located at Canal Bridge in the popular area of Widcombe in the centre of Bath. With the development fronting onto Pulteney Road which boasts an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and cafes, the exterior of the Canal Bridge scheme is in keeping with its World Heritage Site surroundings yet with modern interior design and features.
Widcombe Wharf & Social Club
An impressive joint venture with the Widcombe Social Club which involved the redevelopment of this former canal wharf site in the centre of Bath. This unusual mixed-use scheme incorporates 40 student rooms, and a supermarket, all features that have enabled the development of a new leisure club. Given the World Heritage status of the city, considerable planning interaction was necessary in order to arrive at a solution that would enhance the local area.
The Exchange, 1-3 James Street West
The Exchange, Bath, is an impressive mixed-use scheme on James Street West, offering 78 student rooms for mostly post-graduate and international students. With three accommodation floors above a commercial space on the ground floor, the project involved working within strict planning guidelines as it is set within and above the former Labour Exchange.