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3DReid shortlisted for two Revo Gold Awards
3DReid is shortlisted for two Revo Gold Awards representing the best of the best in placemaking.
Primark Birmingham is shortlisted in the Re:purpose category and intu Lakeside Leisure in the Re:lax category.
We are delighted to be in the running for the prestigious Revo Gold Awards celebrating the very best examples of development, investment and asset management in the retail property and placemaking sector.
Our team is looking forward to attending the Revo Annual Dinner where the winners of each category will be announced at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on 4th December 2019.
Primark Birmingham shortlisted in the Re:purpose category
The redevelopment is one of five contenders in the Re:purpose category at this year’s Gold Awards. The opening of Primark’s flagship at No 38 High Street, the retailer’s largest development in the UK to date, provides an enhanced customer experience across 160,000 sqft of retail space.
Primark commissioned 3DReid to develop proposals to transform the former Pavilions shopping centre into a retail flagship. Productive dialogue with the Planning authority identified the opportunity to re-shape the inward-facing centre to create a landmark development which re-activates once dead frontages, re-vitalises the High Street by connecting it to a new retail circuit alongside the Bullring and Grand Central and delivers a new pedestrian route through the block, linking High Street and Moor Street, in the tradition of the many Victorian arcades that cross Birmingham City Centre.
Fit-out Architect: TTG
Project Manager: KMJM
Principal Contractor: Mace Group
Find out more about Primark Birmingham here
intu Lakeside Leisure shortlisted in the Re:lax category
3DReid was appointed to design this new leisure destination adjoining the existing shopping site of intu Lakeside to create a new leisure destination to assist intu in maintaining a market leading position as an active owner, manager and developer of prime UK regional shopping centres.
The 175,000sqft development creates a series of new outdoor spaces, a covered street that links the leisure offer to the shopping centre and includes a new building, Block Accommodating 42,000sqft of A3 Units and 133,000sqft of D2 Units.
Developer: intu Properties
Project Manager: Gardiner & Theobald
Principal Contractor: McLaren
We are also delighted that intu Watford is shortlisted in the Re:new category.
By association we worked as part of the delivery team to integrate Charter Place with the existing intu Watford centre, working for Laing O’Rourke.
The redevelopment and extension to an existing town centre retail destination, providing new retail space and significant leisure uses including a nine screen cinema with IMAX and new public realm for entertainment and events.