Stortford Interiors’ (UK) in-house joinery division, Parkrose has recently commenced work on a major £4 million joinery & washroom fit-out package for one of London’s major redevelopments, the Fruit & Wool Exchange.

Appointed by Sir Robert McAlpine, Parkrose has been appointed to deliver a wide package scope, including WC cubicles, stone vanity troughs, raised access floors, ceramic tiling and timber & metal feature panelling to the building’s washrooms, lift lobbies and reception  areas.

The project, which is expected to be complete at the start of 2018, is part of what’s regarded at the last major redevelopment site in the prime location surrounding the iconic Spitalfields market. The scheme will deliver 320,000 sq ft of new grade A space, including 260,000 sq ft of quality office space and 40,000 sq ft of desirable retail, restaurant, café SME and community space, all within the heart of the Square Mile.

Stortford Interiors were previously appointed by Sir Robert McAlpine to deliver a range of core services, including drywall, soffit insulation, MF, metal pan and feature timber ceilings to the building’s reception and core areas.