Client: Procter & Gamble, Weybridge
Project value: £50k to £2M
Procter and Gamble's European head office at The Heights, Brooklands is a prestigious commercial office development overlooking the River Wey. Brooklands was developed by wealthy landowner Hugh Locke King in 1907 as the first purpose built motor racing circuit in the world. The site was soon established as a world renowned centre of technology and engineering excellence. That tradition is continued today, with Procter and Gamble at the heart of the development.
The building is designed to a very high specification with large open plan office floor plates over four storeys set around an impressive full height glazed atrium.
DHP have been working with Procter & Gamble for over fifteen years, during which time we have implemented a continuous programme of upgrades and improvements to their headquarters building to suit Procter and Gamble's ever changing business needs.
Works undertaken include full rationalisation of their air conditioning systems, implementation of a phased replacement of R22 Hydrochlorofluorocarbon gases to all equipment and machinery, phased replacement of fire alarm, building acquisition and category A & B fit out to allow seamless integration of Gillette and Wella into the Procter and Gamble portfolio, together with ongoing maintenance and refurbishment programmes.