In Hammersmith, London, 63,000 sq ft of green office space is to be created through the refurbishment of a 1940s block of buildings.
The project will see the implementation of new lifts, the refurbishment of the roof, the replacement of M&E services and the creation of a new glazed atrium within the existing courtyard.
It forms part of the Low Carbon Workplace Partnership's drive to turn aging building stock into modern, energy efficient premises.
Willmott Dixon, which is carrying out the work, estimates that energy use could be cut by as much as 50 per cent with the use of super insulation.
Commenting on the project, Jonathan Payne, Willmott Dixon's commercial sector director, said: "We are building up a solid track record as a company commercial clients can come to for their projects, especially in the field of creating better energy efficiency."
27 Hammersmith Grove, London, will be completed in 2013.
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