Government Hub, Bristol, UK
Items suitable to transfer.
Of carbon saved.
Prior to the Government Hub consolidation and space planning works in Temple Quay House and Rivergate House in Bristol, Arpenter asset tagged and condition rated over 7900 individual pieces of the existing Legacy FF&E.
Each item was asset tagged and given a suitability rating to be reused in the new spaces along with it’s location, dimensions, finish, make/model and image etc giving the client a comprehensive asset list of the buildings current FF&E.
Providing the interior design team with a digitalised asset register allowed them space plan and accurately track items around the buildings during the refurbishments. The data allowed the customer to make informed decisions on which items to repurpose, replace or donate. Giving our customer the tools to make sustainable choices.
The Arpenter team spent over a week split across both buildings surveying close to 30,000m2 of office space.
From preventing the manufacture of new office furniture by repurposing the existing, we can stop over 227,804kg of Co2 from being emitted into our atmosphere. This is equivalent to the weight of 114 African elephants!