Assembly Bristol sponsors latest Bristol-Is magazine launch
Assembly Bristol sponsors the launch of the Mayor's latest Bristol Is magazine edition. Assembly Bristol was delighted to be involved and lend support at a very positive morning welcoming investors and developers to Bristol, which included a boat tour passed the Assembly Bristol site.
Floating Harbour Walkway
We’re excited to announce planning approval for Assembly’s new Floating Harbour walkway, which will re-establish lost links between the city centre and Bristol Temple Meads.
Building A Progress
Building A continues to take shape with the first concrete pour to the main core wall revealed on site. The exposed concrete finish forms a central feature to the main reception and communal spaces through the building.
Assembly2Assembly bike rides raise £4k
Fifty members of the Assembly team took part in various Assembly2Assembly bike rides last Friday, including a ride from Assembly London to Assembly Bristol, some shorter cycle rides and indoor cycle sessions. It was a great day, thoroughly enjoyed by everyone and we have raised nearly £4,000 for a great cause, Macmillan Cancer Support.
Assembly2Assembly charity bike ride - please support us
Brompton Bike Hire dock
Pedal power is giving Bristol a UK first with a Brompton Bike Hire dock giving construction workers access to eight folding bikes to help ease their commute during the build. The installation will be the first of its kind in the UK at an operational construction site. Normally, bike hire docks are put into place for the public once building projects are completed.
Assembly Bristol achieves Platinum Wired Certification rating
Building A has been awarded a Platinum Wired Certification rating, due to its specific emphasis on sustainability and occupier wellness. It is also targeting BREEAM Excellent and WELL enabled accreditations.
Building A Developments
The first tower crane has been installed on site, to help the next stage of development of Bristol’s latest office, Building A.
Axa & Bell Hammer win Investor / Developer 2019 Award
Assembly’s agents also picked up awards with Savills winning both the Most Active Agent by Acquisitions and also by Disposals awards, with JLL winning the top Investment Agency Award.
A good night for all the team!
Mayor Visits Assembly Bristol Site
Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol, joined developers AXA IM - Real Assets and Bell Hammer to celebrate the commencement of works on Building A, the first phase of the development, by main contractor Galliford Try.
Galliford Try Starts On Site at Assembly
Comment by Joel Hawkins
“By speculatively developing a first building of 200,000 sq ft our commitment to Bristol is clear and we expect a positive reaction from occupiers already in the city needing high quality space as well as attracting newcomers.”
- Joel Hawkins, founder of Bell Hammer
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