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Commercial Design Centre
19th February 2009

InterTech Design New Head Office 

 In 2009, InterTech designed their proposed new head office to be built on Priory Park located to the west of Hull City Centre, adjacent to the A63 Clive Sullivan Way.

 Site Plan of Proposed Building

The bespoke development due for completion mid-summer 2011 incorporates a distribution facility to the ground floor with adjacent planning and design offices for CAD and 3D production. The first floor features a presentation studio and conference centre and the second floor offers an open plan development centre to showcase our designs prior to manufacture. The development area will be split in to a number of zones showcasing many commercial interiors from motorcycle showrooms, leisure facilities, office environments through to retail in general. It will also incorporate a confidential zone for working on new brand identities allowing for new designs to be tried and tested before going to market.

 Proposed Site on Priory Park Saltmarsh Court

The above picture shows the proposed site on Saltmarsh Court Priory Park Hull. Construction is due to start early January 2010.

InterTech are a long established local business who will be 20 years old this year so the opening of the new Commercial Design Centre within our home city will act as a firm stepping stone for us and our loyal suppliers and will allow InterTech to showcase to our UK and overseas customers all the services we offer from one location.

 3D Visual Showing Proposed Building

Image above shows a 3D visual of the proposed new building featuring a new commercial design showroom, offices and warehouse.

With 85% of our work involving export to over 34 countries it is critical to make sure any products we design and implement for manufacture are 100% perfect.  Our new building will strengthen this procedure and will enable InterTech to adapt to new environmental and market demands. The new building will also address the ever increasing pressure to be more conscious about wasting energy and materials and will feature its own wind turbine to contribute to the energy that the building will use. The interior of the building will be illuminated by LED lighting throughout and a 48 volt power supply will replace where possible the conventional 240 volt power resource.  The whole building will also highlight a number of other energy saving solutions that will feature in many of our commercial design proposals for our customers on a global scale.

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