Grade A offices for Belfast City Centre
As part of Belfast’s ongoing regeneration, the existing office space at Adelaide House has been demolished and will be replaced by a new-build office destination featuring 126,000 sq ft of high-spec lettable area.
A landmark site in the centre of the city, the previous nine storey structure will no longer be a vacant eyesore.
Designed by Todd Architects and built by McAleer & Rushe, the new 10 storey office building will feature louvres to mask the plant room as well as smoke vents designed to open in the instance of a fire, allowing hazardous smoke to leave the building and clear both escape routes and fire fighter access routes.
There will be additional acoustic louvres on the building, designed to minimise audio disruption from the plant room. The louvre and smoke vent arrangements are courtesy of Greenwood Louvre – a nationally-renowned specialist in the world of architectural louvres, smoke ventilation and sun shading.Back to projects